The Mechatronics major at CIC provides a various number of courses in different architectural disciplines, that teach students to highlight and solve problems, and improve the built environment, consequently, preparing them for the professional field.
The department’s goals come from the institute’s goals and vision, aimed to serve the community and create a highly qualified graduate who is capable of challenging the architecture market, distinguished by his capabilities in solving problems and inventing creative designs with the possibility of preserving the surrounding environment
What will I learn?
You will learn as a Mechatronics engineer to use a combination of mechanical, electrical, computer, and software skills to work with smart technologies, such as robots, automated guided systems, and computer-integrated manufacturing equipment, and build them with excellent quality.
The interdisciplinary nature of mechatronics opens the door to a variety of career options in areas including advanced manufacturing and automation, robotics, nanotechnology, aerospace, computing and electronics, hardware and software, bioengineering, and mining engineering.
The Mechatronics Engineering Program at the Canadian Higher Institute of Engineering Technology and Management is committed to preparing a distinguished graduate by providing a stimulating academic climate and an advanced educational environment to ensure that the graduate acquires scientific and practical skills and competencies in addition to the ability to conduct scientific research and provide community and environmental services within a framework of professional values and ethics.
BSc. Mechanical Engineering, Zagazeg University 1993
Master of Mechanical Engineering, Zagazeg University, 2004
Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering, Benha University 2012.
Head of Department Message
CIC training is the great ordinary means to a great but ordinary end; it aims at raising the intellectual tone of society…It is the education which gives a man a clear conscious view of his own opinions and judgments, a truth in developing them, an eloquence in expressing them and a force in urging them.