Mechatronics Engineering, College Subjects?

Hello, I am currently sudying mechatronics engineering in college, allmost completed my first simester of college, I will be moving onto next simester after the holidays. So far I have learnt CAD/CAM CNC programing, simple maths: from factorising up to calculus intergration and differentiation and also done health and safety in engineering. I was wondering if anyone knows what I will be studying in the second simester(there are 4 simesters in total) obviously it will be different for most people but I need an idea of what is going to be happening, asked tutors and they said it will be stuff like mechanical principles, further maths and electronics. Would anybody know what subjects I would be studying in these topics? for example in mechanical principles will I be doing stuff like projectile motion? I ask because I want to start reading up on the stuff for second simester so I know exactly what is happening when I start. Thank you. Basicly I just want to know what sort of stuff will I be learning under mechanical principles, electronics and further maths? For example like said: under electronics you will be learning stuff like kirchofs law and ohms law.

Asked By: - 1/22/2012
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1. Computer programming would do you a huge amount of good. C or C++, which are being used more and more for Embedded Systems. You will need to at least understand the basic control structures, data types and the fundamentals of object oriented theory... More
Answered By: Gene Heim - 1/22/2012
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