Bachelor of Mechatronic and Robotics Engineering
A Bachelor of Mechatronic and Robotics Engineering program provides students with a comprehensive and interdisciplinary education at the intersection of mechanical engineering, electronics, and computer science. Throughout this program, students acquire a diverse skill set that includes mechanical design, electronics systems, control theory, and programming, all crucial for developing intelligent and automated systems. The curriculum typically incorporates hands-on projects, laboratory work, and real-world applications, enabling students to apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios.
The DMRE is following a semester-based system, implementing the Bologna Process. The method of study depends on lectures, reports, study groups, presentation and laboratory, practical sessions. Students will be taught in different ways, from the classroom to individual or small-group reflection. Our different teaching formats equip you to be an effective independent learner. The assessment is achieved via class workloads, midterm exams, final exams, essays, and reports. Students on the course will be spending time on independent study which includes preparation for lectures and seminars, follow-up work, wider reading, practice completion of assessment tasks, or revision.
In the first year of your English Language and Culture Bachelor's program, tuition will be in the form of lectures and tutorials:
Lectures are a way of getting an overview of a large amount of information in a short amount of time; you and your fellow students will be listening to an expert in the field.
Tutorials give you a chance to actively engage with historical issues yourself. You may have to give a presentation or discuss a topic amongst yourself or work on an assignment. There are plenty of opportunities for interaction and for asking questions.
The duration of the study at the DMRE is 4 Academic years of full-time studies. Normally, an academic year starts in the first week of September to the end of June next year.
Program Course Modules taught at the Department:
Students who get a bachelor's degree from DPaME programs are prepared to work as professional engineers. A complete list of Course Modules offered by this department may be found at the following website. Each course has a standard course module code that links to its own dedicated website, which contains all the course's details. Please note that you will be routed to the Academic Profile of the lecturer presenting the course on the website for each course module.
Basic Courses (B)
The undergraduate of the Department of Mechatronics and Robotics is designed to provide you with a solid foundation. Basic courses within the requirements of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the Kurdistan Region, where these courses are considered university requirements for the first stages in universities, and these courses are Kurdistan Studies, English language, Computer skills, and Academic debates, where students must complete the requirements for success in these courses in the first stages in universities.
Relevance Courses (R)
You should have a thorough understanding of fundamental science in engineering disciplines as a Faculty of Engineering compulsory course before diving into your rigorous mechatronics and robotics courses throughout your junior and senior years. electric circuits, microelectronic circuits, electronics, signal and system analysis, mathematics, statistics, electrical machines, digital system and microprocessor, instrumentation and measurements, design of machine elements, microcontroller and PLC, integrated systems, industrial automation, hydraulic and pneumatic system design, Robotics and machine learning , are just a few examples of crucial disciplines to learn.
Core Courses (C)
Elective Courses (E)
Final Research Project
The final year project, as the name implies, is the project you must complete in your last year of study before graduating. If you don't finish the final year project by the deadline, you won't be able to graduate. This project is a formal assignment chosen by the student or small groups of students on a curriculum-related topic that requires out-of-class study and development. Students present their ideas to the rest of the class, the course faculty, and representatives from a variety of local organizations and enterprises at the end of the semester. The Final Research Project of SUN's 4th Year Students teaches you how to prepare your paper.
You will meet with your assigned supervisor on a regular basis during your involvement with your research project. These sessions are intended to help you through your project and ensure that you satisfy the work's requirements. You and your supervisor are responsible for keeping a record of your meeting and keeping track of your progress. You may print and fill out a standard SUN supervision form here for each meeting.