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There are experts in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology - and there are mechatronics engineers who combine all three disciplines. In their studies, Bachelor of Engineering Mechatronics learn how to take advantage of the different disciplines.
Nothing is as valuable as a holistic view of things. This is also true in the world of technology. This is one of the reasons why the mechatronics degree program is so popular, because it combines expert knowledge from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology. While the basic studies at Schmalz and at the Horb campus of the DHBW Stuttgart focus on subjects such as statics, strength of materials, physics, mathematics and electronics, the later focus is on the consideration of the overall mechatronic system. Control engineering, robotics, drive technology and information technology will then be part of your tools of the trade. By the way, with your knowledge, you'll be able to get along just fine on the other side of the world. Don't believe us? We'll prove it to you: Your studies include a stay abroad at one of our international subsidiaries.
During your studies, you will work hand in hand with our experts from product development and product management. Afterwards, you will design, program and check interrelated processes in the work area of mechanical and electrical engineering - making you a sought-after expert in numerous teams at Schmalz.