Mechatronics and robotics engineering integrates mechanics, electronics and computer technology to develop, enhance and automate some of the world’s most advanced machinery, products and systems.
Dreams of the future become today’s innovations when engineers take ideas from science fiction and turn them into reality. With broad and diverse applications, from developing robots and aerial drones, to automating manufacturing processes, mechatronics and robotics engineering is at the forefront of the technology revolution.
You can major in Mechatronics and Robotics in our:
A major enables you to specialise by completing a series of courses within your degree in an area of interest. Major in Mechatronics and Robotics and you’ll learn about the components that make up complex mechatronic and robotic systems, and how to apply this knowledge to design, build and improve highly advanced processes and technology.
Careers in mechatronics and robotics
As a mechanical engineer specialising in mechatronics and robotics, you could find yourself working in a diverse range of industries, such as manufacturing, defence or biomedical engineering. Your possible roles could include:
- automation engineer
- software engineer
- project engineer
- automotive engineer.
Set on engineering but don’t meet the entry requirements?
We want to ensure everyone with a passion for engineering can pursue it. If you don’t have the prerequisites to directly enter an engineering degree, but attained a Selection Rank of 70 or above and completed SACE Stage 2 Mathematical Methods (or equivalent), consider our engineering pathway program. Successful completion will guarantee you a place in your preferred Adelaide engineering degree. Find out more about the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) – Engineering Pathway.