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Master in Optomechatronics

  • Master in Optomechatronics

Its objective is to generate human resources at a master’s level with theoretical and practical knowledge, capable of developing opto-mechanic, opto-electronic, opto-computer and / or opto-mechatronic systems that have a technological impact on the regional and national industry.

The program consists of 6 terms. Its whole duration is 24 months. This program started operating in the year 2007 and is recognized by CONACYT’s National Program of Quality Graduate Studies (Programa Nacional de Posgrados de Calidad, or PNPC) with the “Consolidated” level until 2021. Additionally, it is a dual degree program with the Master in Control for Green Mechatronics of the University Bourgogne Franche-Comté (UBFC - France). The students who enter in September, accomplish the requirements and had developed an outstanding academic profile are candidates to be registered in this dual program.

Detailed information of our M.O. program:

  • Admission and Alumni Profile

Admission Profile: A bachelor of engineering in Mechatronics, Mechanics, Electronics, Electromechanics, Electrical, Computer Science, Cybernetics, Physics, Applied Mathematics, and related fields.

Graduate profile: A student graduating from the Master’s Degree in Optomechatronics program has the knowledge, initiative and creativity that will allow him to adequately integrate Optics with Electronics, Mechanics and Computer Science to address the solution of technological problems. He also possesses verbal communication and team work skills, along with the ability to develop technological projects and see them through. As a result of his training, he displays intellectual openness attitudes that allow him to adapt to the changing circumstances of his professional activity.

Program coordinator: Dr. David Monzón Hernández, Academic Director
Phone: (477) 441 42 00, ext. 222, 320 y 403

Last Update: Jan 12, 2024