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Do you love robots, self-driving cars, and drones? Are you curious about how electronics make them all smart? Would you like to try your hand at designing the future? Study the best of both electrical engineering and mechanical engineering and become a mechatronics engineer!




The Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (BSECE) – Mechatronics Concentration is a new degree at LeTourneau University involving a curriculum of 127 semester hours. This new degree offers students exposure to interdisciplinary areas of engineering combining mechanical, electrical, computer, and control systems. Mechatronics engineers work with systems that have mechanical and electrical components, sensors, and actuators.

To learn more about course requirements click on the links below.

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering with Mechatronics Concentration is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Project Highlights


Power Engineering Lab

In this lab you will gain practical experience with the theory you learn in the classroom. You will learn how to take electrical energy and turn it into mechanical energy and mechanical energy and turn it into electrical energy. We at LeTourneau University, believe in a hands-on approach. The theory learned in the classroom is applied in lab assignments and design projects. Senior design projects, such as BADGER below, provide additional practical experience. Shown here is a video of the Power Engineering Lab. The Electrical Power Engineering class is one of the approved electives of the Mechatronics concentration.

BADGER Project

The BADGER Project was produced by a senior design team. It's an autonomous robot designed to patrol golf courses, recognize pest geese, and chase them away.

Interesting Classes You'll Take

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What Can You Do With a Mechatronics Degree?

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EE Mechatronics Lab 360

Electrical Engineering Technology Instructor Joel Koblich demonstrates the EE Mechatronics Lab's Electronic Workstation running a three-phase induction motor, which EE students get to operate as part of their elite lab experiences as part of the LETU Engineering program.

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