Engineering, Mechatronic Syst (ENMT)
ENMT 3210 Mechatronics I (4 Credits)
This course provides basic concepts from electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering as applied to mechatronic systems and is intended to serve as a foundation course for further exploration in the area of mechatronics. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing in engineering.
ENMT 3220 Mechatronics II - Real-Time Systems (4 Credits)
Real-time systems require timely response by a computer to external stimuli. This course examines the issues associated with deterministic performance including basic computer architecture, scheduling algorithms, and software design techniques including data flow diagrams, real-time data flow diagrams, stat transition diagrams, and petri nets. In the lab portion of this class, students program a microcontroller to interact with mechatronic devices. Prerequisite: ENMT 3210, ENCE 3210 or COMP 3354.
ENMT 3800 Topics (Mechatronics) (1-4 Credits)
Various topics in mechatronics system engineering as announced. May be taken more than once. Prerequisite: varies with offering.
ENMT 3991 Independent study (1-5 Credits)
Topics in mechatronics engineering investigated under faculty supervision. May be taken more than once. Students must obtain and complete an Independent Study form from the Office of the Registrar. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.