Learn Invaluable Mechatronics Skills
Learn necessary tools of the trade that empower you to confidently explore a bright future in the ever-evolving and always engaging mechatronics industry.
The Mechatronics Pathway teaches students about mechanical systems, robotics, electronics, and computer engineering. Students will be prepared for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers and learn design and implementation for complex systems, along with the ability to program those systems via computer software and programming. This integrated, immersive, multi-year sequence of career guidance, coursework, and work-based learning gives students a foundation in the principles of engineering and a competitive advantage for a career in mechatronics.
Career Pathways help students explore their talents and use their experiences in the classroom to select a career path they’re passionate about.
Build a strong foundation with A-G approved courses and prepare yourself for an exciting new career in mechatronics. Classes include:
Take what you learn out into the real world and see first-hand what awaits you in the field of mechatronics. Hands-on, in-depth immersive experiences may include:
Kickstart your career path in mechatronics and get a head start on your career with the help of our academic instruction and industry insight. Potential career paths these programs help prepare you for include:
Mechatronics is an exciting branch of the engineering field. Its multidisciplinary approach to innovation and problem solving includes a combination of mechanical engineering, robotics, electronics, computer engineering, and systems engineering, and control engineering. If you’re interested in the real-world application of mechatronics, or want to know how to build your own mechanical systems, the Mechatronics Pathway will help you blaze new trails toward career and college. Learn, build, and refine the skills you needed to engineer your own career in mechatronics.
Get a jump start on your college future by earning college credits and valuable real-world skills you can use for college and career.