Mechatronic Engineering


Mechatronics Engineering in Kyaukse Technological University offers Bachelor of Engineering Degree for Mechatronics Engineering.

Mechatronics Engineering Department in Kyaukse Technological University was established in 1999. Therefore Mechatronics Engineering Department of KTU is 19 years old in engineering education service.
Mechatronics Engineering Department has 300 undergraduate students who are learning First year to Sixth year receptively and provides Undergraduates Mechatronics Engineering students.


To produce the most competent Engineers through Quality Education.


To offer quality education that gives then knowledge for professional practice

To offer a career of life-long learning, prepare the students for their role as engineers in society with an awareness of safety, environmental and ethical values

PEO 1:To become multi-skilled engineer who is competent in practicing fundamental scientific and engineering to solve complex engineering problems systematically

PEO 2:To become successful and productive engineers with skill and good understanding in communication, management, teamwork and leadership; and with of moral values, professional ethics and responsibility toward society and environment

PEO 3:To be engineers who engage in life-long learning and recognize the importance of natural resources, environment and cost effectiveness for the getterment of the professional and society

1.An ability to identify, analyze and solve mechatronic engineering problems

2.An ability to design and develop Mechatronics systems by selecting and integrating, sensors, actuators, controllers, appropriate meatrials and methods

3.An ability to discover problems in electronics and mechatronic systems using previous experiments as well as analyze and interpret data and synthesis information

4.An ability to function effectively as an individual or as a part of team and in a multidisciplinary enviroment

5.Ability to execute responsibility professionally and ethically

6.An ability to communicate effectively thorugh verbal, written and visual communication

7.An ability to find solutions for complex system or process that meet specified needs under appropriate consideration for safety of the society

8.An ability to possess knowledge of contemporary issues

9.An ability to recognize the need for lifelong learning and to pursue independent learning for professional development

10.An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal contexts through broad-based education

11.An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

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