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To train professionals capable of identifying, developing and applying solutions to the multidisciplinary needs of different sectors at national and international level, from the perspective of Mechatronics Engineering; demonstrating high ethical and moral values that promote welfare and social responsibility, scientific and technological development.


The Mechatronics Engineering program will be recognized as a world class program, aligned with the vision of the institutional development plans in its different scopes, contributing to the fulfillment of its attributes.


To form engineers in Mechatronics competent in the different areas of the knowledge of their profession that allow them to develop efficiently in the industry, in the research, in the education, in the productive, economic and social sectors, both national and international, with adequate management of information technologies and a high sense of social responsibility.

Specific competences of the Electrical Engineering Education Program
  • SC1: Designs, controls and maintains electro-mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, involving the conversion of energy between its various forms that allow the automation of industrial processes focused on efficient production schemes.
  • SC2: Analyzes and plans manufacturing processes using numerical control machines (CNC), Computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD-CAM) for the manufacture of high precision products.
  • SC3: Develops and applies intelligent robotic systems to optimize industrial processes and tasks.
  • SC4: Designs and analyzes rotary machines, reciprocating mechanisms and robotic manipulators to streamline their operation and for the improvement of processes and tasks.
  • SC5: Knows and applies standards and standards in its areas of expertise for the development of certified products and systems satisfying reliability, safety and sustainability specifications.
  • SC6: Manages projects involving human, material and energetic resources, for the generation of value in the organizations and exercising leadership in interdisciplinary teams, with a focus of social responsibility.
After graduating, the engineers in mechatronics
  • They are integrated in the productive sector or services, in companies related to the Mechatronics engineering already established.
  • They expose in a verbal or written way the results of their professional activity to different types of audiences in a correct and assertive way.
  • They develop professionally by generating employment alternatives in areas related to Mechatronic engineering.
  • They recognize the need to continually update.
  • They serve as leadership in multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary groups, with a focus on social responsibility.

Its modality is a credit system.


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Study Plan:

The study plan of the program of the degree in Mechatronic Engineering is integrated by 50 learning units, 46 mandatory and 4 optional, besides the formative activities (General Area and Complementary Area). The program has a total of 264 credits, from which 248 are mandatory and 16 optional.

  • First Enrollment
  • Diferential Calculus
  • College Chemistry
  • Linear Algebra
  • Information systems fundaments
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Measurement laboratory
  • College life integration
  • Second Enrollment
  • Integral Calculus
  • Electromagnetism and waves
  • Science of materials for Engineering
  • Static
  • Digital electronic
  • General area activity
  • General area activity
  • Third Enrollment
  • Vector and multivariable calculus
  • Differential equations
  • Programming in engineering
  • Thermodynamics
  • Probability and statistics
  • General area activity
  • General area activity
  • Fourth Enrollment
  • Numeric Methods
  • Electric circuits
  • Particle dynamic
  • Fluid mechanics
  • AD/AP optional
  • General area subject
  • General area activity
  • Fifth Enrollment
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Rigid body dynamics
  • Signs and systems
  • Electronic circuits
  • Specialty optional
  • General area subject
  • General area activity
  • Sixth Enrollment
  • Analysis and synthesis of mechanisms
  • Control systems
  • Integrated linear circuits
  • Electric engineering fundaments
  • Measurement systems
  • General area subject
  • General area activity
  • Seventh Enrollment
  • Electronic power systems
  • Mechanical design
  • Robotics
  • Hydraulic, pneumatic and automated circuits
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • General area subject
  • Eighth Enrollment
  • Microprocessors and microcontrollers
  • Mechatronic systems simulation
  • Engineering projects
  • Digital instruments
  • Industrial control
  • General area activity
  • Ninth Enrollment
  • Application of mechatronic systems
  • Work environment immersion
  • Complementary area subject
  • Complementary area activities
  • Specialty optional
  • Specialty optional
Offered in:

Campus Irapuato-Salamanca, Engineering Division (DI)
Location Salamanca
Address: Carretera Salamanca – Valle de Santiago Km. 3.5 + 1.8; Comunidad de Palo Blanco; C.P. 37000; Salamanca, Gto.
Phone: (464) 647 99 40



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