Applied Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering


The Applied Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering program equips prospective graduates to become automation engineers, automation technicians, test engineers, electro-mechanical drafters, and project engineers concerning the KKNI 2012 at KKNI 6(six) level.


  • Automation Engineer
  • Automation Technician
  • Test Engineer
  • Electro-Mechanical Drafter
  • Project Engineer


  • Graduates are able to design automation/mechatronics, (electro-)pneumatic, and SCADA systems, starting from planning, drawing schematics/diagrams, making budget plans, to selecting equipment and components in accordance with existing standards.
  • Graduates are able to develop automation system designs from existing systems to become more integrated by utilizing IoT technology.
  • Graduates are able to ensure the accuracy and reliability of automation & SCADA systems and security systems.
  • Graduates are capable of designing architecture and networks for control/automation systems.
  • Graduates are capable of developing instrumentation systems from existing control systems.
  • Graduates are capable of troubleshooting control systems and identifying types of damage, whether in the form of damage to mechanical, electronic or software systems.
  • Graduates are capable of troubleshooting control systems ranging from simple to high-level electromechanical systems, such as PLCs and Robotics.
  • Graduates can read drawings/diagrams of control systems ranging from pneumatic systems, electrical wiring, and mechanics to complex control system drawings.
  • Graduates are able to carry out periodic and predictive maintenance (PPM) activities.
  • Graduates are able to program computers, PLCs, microcontrollers and intelligent control of robotics systems.
  • Graduates can read and implement electrical wiring diagrams for industry.
  • Graduates are able to operate electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes and multimeters.
  • Graduates can perform several test standards for instrumentation and control systems.
  • Graduates are able to code and debug using LabView, C#, C++, Python, or similar.
  • Graduates are able to undertake testing and troubleshooting programs (software) of a control/automation system.
  • Graduates are able to design detailed mechanical and control systems that comply with standards, including the materials used.
  • Graduates can solve problems that arise in electrical/mechanical drawings.
  • Graduates are able to carry out mathematical analysis of the images created.
  • Graduates grasp one of the software for drawing using a computer, Such as AutoCAD, Solidworks, etc.
  • Graduates are able to draw mechanical system designs and realize them using automatic machines, such as CNC.
  • Graduates can explain in detail the drawings of the mechanical systems created.
  • Graduates are able to prepare, schedule, coordinate, and monitor a requested engineering project.
  • Graduates are capable of monitoring the quality of projects created using appropriate standards.
  • Graduates are able to communicate with clients to accurately interpret the needs/specifications requested by the client.