The academic program that leads to the degree in Mechatronics Engineering guides, nurtures, and prepares students to become graduates who, within five years after graduation, will achieve the following objectives:
PEO # 1: Career
Work as professionals in diverse organizations or as entrepreneurs, able to participate in innovation, research, and development in control and automation systems.
PEO #2: Practice
Practice Mechatronics Engineering in the design and implementation of control and automation systems, demonstrating technical expertise, collaborating, and communicating effectively.
PEO #3: Continuous Learning
Continually expand their skill-set and knowledge, through independent study or high-level training such as professional certifications, graduate degrees or web seminars.
PEO #4: Leadership & Professional Engagement
Achieve and maintain positions of influence in the community of Mechatronics Engineering professionals, showing organizational engagement, social responsibility, and ethics.