The Master’s degree program in Mechatronics at the JKU expands on the corresponding undergraduate degree programs in engineering and natural sciences. Graduates are able to solve a variety of challenging tasks in business and further develop disciplines in mechatronics. Students can choose from a wide array of specialization fields ranging from hydraulics to model-based mechatronic design and microsystems to radar technology. Graduates of the Master’s degree program are qualified to pursue a doctorate degree at a university in Austria or abroad.
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The Master’s degree in “Mechatronics” at the JKU focuses on:
In addition, the program focuses on conveying skills to:
Graduates of the JKU’s Master’s degree in “Mechatronics” have a broad educational background and can pursue a variety of professions, including positions at local, national, and international companies (in, for example, product development, research, management, sales, consulting services, etc.), research, and teaching at universities and other research organizations in Austria or abroad. Examples include:
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ADVANCED DEGREES AT THE JKU
After completing your graduate degree, you can continue your education by pursuing an advanced degree
Professor Jakoby (a specialist for microelectronics in the field of mechatronics) talks about what you need to bring to the table to earn a degree in mechatronics, what research and teaching mean to him, and just what opportunities you have here. See the Linz Institute of Technology for more videos and insight about the Master's degree program in Mechatronics.
As part of the Master’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 120 ECTS credits in the following areas:
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Options to specialize with subject electives:
Testimonials and graduate profiles:
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