Higher Certificate in Mechatronics
What is Mechatronics?
Mechatronics is a highly skilled discipline that combines mechanical, electronic and software engineering to design intelligent machines such as robots and flexible manufacturing systems .
Mechatronic engineers create, design and develop automated electromechanical systems.
Mechatronics offers a broad range of exciting career challenges including new innovations and developments in machine design, sensor technology, control systems, computing and industrial networks.
MECHATRONIC ENGINEERS DESIGN AND DEVELOP THE AUTOMATED SYSTEMS IN MODERN USE TO PRODUCE THOUSANDS OF CONSUMER PRODUCTS FROM CARS TO MOBILE DEVICES.
- · Love of problem-solving
- · Creative thinking
- · Technical mind
- · Team work
- · Communication
Mechatronic engineers use their problem-solving skills to…
- design machines and technologies to improve our world
- develop technologies to help people with disabilities
- research new methods for safe and efficient mass production
- design control systems for computers and intelligent controllers
- develop robotics for use in industry and healthcare
- design and develop leading edge equipment for modern products
|Mech. and Electronic Eng.||SG306||Higher Certificate|
Graduates with a good qualification in this field will find many employment opportunities both in Ireland and abroad in the manufacturing of medical devices and pharmaceuticals as well as in the traditional automotive and process industries.
What subjects will I study?
|Electrical Principles Engineering M and E 101||5|
|Introduction to Engineering (ME, MT, EE)||5|
|Introduction to Programming for Mechatronics||5|
|Plastics Materials Processing and Testing [E]||5|
|Mechatronics Technology 101||5|
|Design and Engineering Technology||5|
|C Programming 101||5|
|Mechatronics Technology 102||5|
|Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship||5|
|Electrical Signals Systems and Technology 201||5|
|Instrumentation and Control 201||5|
|Computer Aided Design and Materials 201||5|
|CIM and Automation Technology Mechatronics 201||5|
[E] = Elective Module. Modules subject to availability.
Who do I contact?
T: 353 (0) 71 931 8510