Butler Tech Mechatronics Program
Students in the Mechatronics pathway learn to design and create solutions to complex problems using cutting-edge technologies. You’ll learn to employ robotics to perform various operations, apply electrical theory and use electronic devices to control machines and manufacture parts and devices. Plus, students in this pathway can complete an associate degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology while in high school.
Degree: Associate of Technical Studies in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, Sinclair College
MECHATRONICS APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
- Complete a Butler Tech application
- Must register at Sinclair College
- Must have a Tartan ID Number and Sinclair Username
- Must take the Aleks math assessment and receive a score of 31 or above / or receive an ACT math score of 20
- Must take the WritePlacer and receive a score of 5.
If you have any questions, please email Osbornep@butlertech.org for more details.
As an emerging high-demand field, mechatronics is a hybrid of mechanical, electrical and computer engineering. Professionals in mechatronics utilize applications of robotics, control systems, electro-mechanical systems and similar engineering.
- 3-D modeling
- Applied mathematics
- Automation and modern manufacturing
- Coding, compiling, and debugging
- Employ the engineering design process to generate solutions to proposed problems
- Mechanics, energy, statics, materials, and kinematics
- Robotic operations and system configurations
Degree: Associate of Technical Studies in Electro-Mechanical
Engineering Technology, Sinclair College
- Certified SolidWorks Associate
(CSWA); Certified SolidWorks
- Certified Autodesk Inventor User
- Industrial Robotics Certifications – FANUC, ABB