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as of 8/20/2019

COMPUTING APPLICATIONS IN MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS
Country - Partner Institution - Programs: Australia - University of New South Wales - 'Australian Universities'
UC Course SubjectMechanical Engineering
Number & Suffix: 124
Full UC Title: COMPUTING APPLICATIONS IN MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS 
Transcript Title: COMP IN MECHATRONIC 
UC QTR Units - Division: 6.0 - Upper Division 
Course Description: This course focuses on the continued learning of C++ with an emphasis on the application of C++ to real world programming tasks. Students learn how to interface directly to sensors and actuators that are commonly used in Mechatronic Systems. They also put together different software modules designed by them or other individuals to form comprehensive software that are of commercial grade. The courses in the Mechatronics discipline are built upon four different areas. They are mechanical design, computing, electronics and microprocessors, and control systems. The latter three areas are interrelated, and this course forms a cornerstone of the fundamental courses on which this course at is built upon. A high level of programming skills is necessary to develop customized interface routines to communicate with/control various elements of mechatronic systems. This knowledge is essential in programming control systems and developing software modules for the interfacing of various hardware elements together to form complete mechatronic systems. 
Language of Instruction: English
 
Partner Title: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MECHATRONICS SYSTEMS 
Partner University Department: Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering 
Partner University Course Number: MTRN3500