The successful applicant will develop and teach courses and associated laboratories in the bachelor of science degree program of Mechatronics Engineering Technology (MTR) and in the associate of science degree program of Robotics Engineering Technology (RET). Additionally, the basic functions of this candidate include: MTR/RET student advisement and recruitment, professional and scholarly activities, course and program assessments, ETAC of ABET accreditation, building relationships with industry and fostering internships, and supervision of senior design projects

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