Information about the Program - Mechatronical Engineering

Name of master’s program: Mechatronical Engineering
Master’s Program Specialisations available:

· Building Mechatronics and Intelligent Buildings Specialisation

· Cyber-physical Systems

Specialisation Field, branch: engineering; mechanical, transport, mechatronics engineering
Level: graduate , MSc (master)
Qualification: Mechatronical Engineer
Mode of attendance: Full-time
Faculty: Faculty of Engineering
Program coordinator: Péter Szemes PhD, Associate Professor
Person in charge of the specialisation:

· Building mechatronics and intelligent buildings specialisation: Péter Szemes PhD, associate professor

· Cyber-physical systems specialisation: Géza Husi PhD habil, associate professor

Program length: 4 semesters
Credits total: 120 credits


The aim of the programme is to train mechatronical engineers who are capable to integrate engineering with electronics, electrotechnics and computer control in synergetic way at world standard, they are able to work out concepts, to model, design and produce then to maintain and control mechatronic machinery, processes, systems and intelligent machines. They are able to develop and apply new technologies, procedures, materials, to provide managerial and organizational tasks, to be involved and manage in engineering development, research, design and innovation in domestic and international engineering projects in the field of mechatronics. They are prepared to improve their knowledge in doctoral programme.


Students select specialisation prior to enrolling on the program. Minimum number of applicants per specialisation: 10.  

Certain subject groups are common for all Mechatronical Engineering MSc students (Natural Sciences, Economics and Humanities). The subject group “Differentiated professional skills” contains specialized topics and fields. Professional competences to be acquired

a) knowledge


- knows and applies natural sciences and engineering theoretical knowledge and cause and effect linkages related to mechatronics engineering in their context.

- has acquired conceptually sound system approach, practice-oriented engineering thinking.

- knows the main features and scope of applied engineering and electrical structural materials.

- has learned the domestic and international standards, specifications that he/she is capable to apply in his/her job and he/she demands them from his/her colleagues too.

- acquired the knowledge of engineering and electrical measuring technology in the field of mechatronics and theory of measurement based on mathematics and informatics.

- acquired communication and information technologies related to his professional field.

- has learned the tools and methods of mathematic modelling and computer simulation of integrated engineering, electrotechnical and control systems in different fields of mechatronics.

- is adept in design, producing, modelling, operating synergic integrated instruments, systems and processes connected to engineering with electronics, electrotechnics and computer control on the bases of his/her theoretical and practical preparedness, his/her knowledge of methodology and practice.

- knows the regulations and tools of carrying out technical documentations.

- knows the organization tools and methods related to management, the laws of profession.

He/she has acquired one or some thematic areas depending on the selected specialisation and at least one specific area among the professional fields below:

- He/she possesses comprehensive knowledge in the field of robot techniques and adaptive mechatronic instruments.

- He/she knows intelligent embedded systems, and has acquired knowledge to design them.

- He/she knows power electronics and motion measurement systems, power supply methods, tools of mechatronic systems.

- He/she knows optomechatronic systems, the principles of their design and development principles, operating and maintenance methods. 28

- He/she knows biomechatronic systems, the principles of their design, development, operating and maintenance methods.

- He/she knows automotive mechatronic systems the principles of their design, development, operating and maintenance methods.

- He/she knows building mechatronic systems the principles of their design, development, operating and maintenance methods.

- He/she knows manufacturing process automation and methods of robotics systems the principles of their design, development, operating and maintenance methods.

- He/she knows agro-mechatronic methods, the principles of development and operation and methods of maintenance.

b) skills

He/she is able to

- test materials applied in mechatronics engineering by laboratory analysis, to make statistical evaluation about test results, to document and compare test and theoretical results.

- elaborate and systematize the gathered information of maintaining mechatronic systems and processes, to analyse it in different ways, to draw the conclusion.

- design complex mechatronic systems globally on the basis of system approach, process orientation and theory-based thinking. - adopt his/her global theoretical knowledge to synergistically integrated systems and processes connected to engineering with electronics, electrotechnics and computer control.

- solve irregular problems in his/her complex mechatronic design, to broaden his/her theoretical knowledge individually and to apply his/her new knowledge to practical problem solving.

 - broaden the professional knowledge base with his/her own idea.

- design and manage the utilization of engineering, economic, environmental and human resources globally.

- carry out and develop theoretical models of procedures and information technologies applied in design, organization and operation of mechatronic systems and processes.

- insure quality of mechatronic systems, technologies and processes, to conceive measurement and process control tasks in theory and solve in practice.

- review and understand the latest research data in the field of mechatronics and to apply them in his/her job.

- collaborate with the specialists of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, informatics and life science.

- carry out creative problem treatment and flexible solution of complex problems and to carry out lifelong learning and he/she is committed to variegation and value base.

- be prepared to make publications, presentations and negotiations in his/her professional field in his/her mother tongue and at least in one foreign language.

He/She is committed to health and security culture and health developing.

c) attitude

- On the basis of his/her acquired knowledge he/she has an integrating role in applying engineering sciences (mainly mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, informatics) and in supporting all such scientific fields in which the experts of a professional field require engineering applications and solutions.

- He/She examines the possibilities of research, development and innovation and he/she is about to implement them. He/She is committed to broaden mechatronic engineering field with new knowledge and scientific achievements.

- He/She aims to carry out his/her tasks on the basis of system approach and process oriented complex thinking.

- He/She aims to enforce the requirements of maintenance and energy efficiency. - He/She aims to organize and carry out his/her tasks with a high level of proficiency individually or in work teams. - He/She aims to develop his/her professional competence.

- He/She aims to self-development, self-improvement with active, individual and autonomous learning.

- He/She is committed to high-level, qualitative work and aims to convey this approach to his/her colleagues.

- He/She keeps the engineering, economic and legal regulations and the codes of engineering ethics.

- His/Her professional work serves the requirements of quality, consumer protection, product liability.

- He/She implements the fundamental specifications of environmental protection, workplace health and security.

- He/She is quite open-minded, acquired and applies the principle of equal access.

d) autonomy and responsibility

- He/She shares his/her acquired knowledge and experiences with the colleagues of His/her professional field in informal or formal way.

- He/She evaluates the job of his/her subordinates, provides them with his/her critical notes to promote their professional development.

- He/She will take action for problem solving.

- He/She takes initiative role in solving engineering problems.

- He/She educates his/her colleagues and subordinates on responsible and ethic occupation. - He/She has a responsibility for maintenance, workplace health and security culture and environmental consciousness.

- He/She makes independent decision thoroughly with the consultation of other professional areas (mainly in the field of law, economy, energetics, electrical engineering, informatics and medicine) and he/she takes responsible for them. 30

- In strategic decision-making situations requiring new, complex approach and in unexpected real-life situations he/she aims to make decisions in consideration of laws and ethic norms.

- In his/her decision making he/she considers environmental protection, quality, consumer protection, product liability, the principle of equal access and its application, workplace health and security, the regulations of engineering, economy and law and the codes of engineering ethics

Last update: 2023. 02. 02. 11:43