Tehnicki Vjesnik (Technical Gazette)
The emerging engineering field of mechatronics has caught the attention of many engineering professionals, academics and government officials in recent years, nationally and globally. The main reason for this is that many modern products are no longer purely electrical and electronic or mechanical. Moreover, they are integrated multidisciplinary products which are made from subsystems which require engineering knowledge of different disciplines. Hence, increasing number of universities is offering courses, certificates and programs at undergraduate and graduate levels in the area of mechatronics. This paper presents an educational program in mechatronics at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. In addition, student evaluation of the mechatronics program is presented. The conducted survey enabled faculty to gain more insight into student opinions about this program which provided valuable feedback for further program improvements.
Original Publication Citation
Ostojic, G., Jovanovic, V., Kozak, D., Ivandic, Z., & Stankovski, S. (2015). Mechatronic education at the Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad. Tehnički Vjesnik, 22(3), 805-812. doi:10.17559/TV-20140225111636
Ostojić, Gordana; Jovanović, Vukica; Kozak, Drazan; Ivandić, Zeljko; and Stankovski, Stevan, "Mechatronic Education at the Faculty of Technical Sciences Novi Sad" (2015). Engineering Technology Faculty Publications. 9.