The Mechatronics Systems programme integrates theory and practice, equipping students with knowledge and skills of digitally connected physical systems. Undertaking a rigorous curriculum that encompasses model-based systems engineering approach, SIT students are trained to think of products and processes as inter-related systems and apply their expertise in complex scenarios. Graduates will be equipped with the Industry 4.0 world and contribute to developing their respective domains. As a member of the programme’s Industry Advisory Committee, I am heartened and privileged to witness the transformational journey of our graduates from students to working adults.
Our professors are highly skilled and approachable, and ever willing to guide us and offer advice whenever we face difficulties in school. Through the knowledge imparted and experiences gained in SIT, I am confident to make a mark in the industry.
I enrolled in the SIT-DigiPen Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems)* programme when SIT had just become an autonomous university. I am thankful for the great mentorship from the professors and the various learning opportunities, such as the Integrated Work Study Programme and Overseas Immersion Programme. Now, I am more prepared mentally and physically for my role as a software engineer.
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*Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems) is now known as Mechatronics Systems.