B.Sc. Mechatronics Engineering / Program Overview

Mechatronic Engineering started in Japan in the 70’s of the last century. It is a form of systems engineering, whereby engineers understand the interactions between the different fields of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, control systems and programming. System engineering overcomes the classical problem of dealing with an engineering system or problem by looking at isolated single engineering disciplines and instead addresses the system as a whole. Mechatronic engineers can design and control complex systems such as automotive systems, aerospace systems, robotic systems, and manufacturing systems.

 
The Mechatronics Engineering Department was established in 2006. The Department has established itself as the primary supplier of B.Sc. mechatronics engineers in Jordan.
Currently, there are eight faculty members in the department with different academic affiliations of assistant professors, associate professors, and professors. It worth’s mentioning that all the academic staff in the department are highly qualified and have obtained their degrees from highly ranked universities in North America, Great Britain, and Europe. The current number of students is about 450 students in the undergraduate program. For teaching purpose, the department has two lecture halls that are equipped with the latest teaching technology including interactive boards, data show, projectors, and computers. In addition, there are five teaching laboratories which are used to insight the theoretical knowledge to the practical application.
 
 
Ø Vision statements of the program:
To contribute to uplifting the engineering and technology in Jordan and the Arab world to an internationally renowned level.
 
Ø Mission statements of the program:
The Mission of the program is to provide quality education, research, and community service in mechatronics that satisfy the needs of the local and regional industry.
 
Ø Program Aims:
Our mission can be achieved by delivering an educational program with objectives to graduate engineers who having the capability
PEO1: Identify, model, analyze, and design mechatronics systems.
PEO2: Demonstrate effective written and oral communication.
PEO3: Exhibit teamwork, ethical responsibility and leadership when engaged in an engineering profession.
PEO4: Conducting useful engineering research, life-long learning and self-criticism