The bachelor of science in electrical engineering with a concentration in mechatronic systems engineering is a four-year integrated engineering sequence, stressing engineering design and project work, much of which is interdisciplinary and involves constructive teamwork. This program requires a minimum of 200 credits, comprised of DU common curriculum, required degree courses, and technical electives. All students in this program choose an area of specialization, which can be fulfilled through the student’s choice of technical electives.

  • Mechanical Systems
  • Computer Control and Systems
  • Individualized Option

With its strong industry and community connections, DU is well-positioned to foster an entrepreneurial mindset...and serve as a model for other partner schools looking to engage industry in a more meaningful way.

Haluk Ogmen, PhD

One of the most important things that engineering has taught me is that hard work is the only way you can create change.

Isaiah Silva, B.S. Electrical Engineering (Mechatronics), 2018

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