Mechatronics Research and Application Center hosts the graduate program in Mechatronics Engineering which provides an in-depth knowledge in the fundamentals, design, analysis and operation of mechatronic systems. A graduate of this program will be equipped with a mixture of complex knowledge and concepts across various disciplines and will have a considerable advantage in seeking employment in research and technology companies with computer-integrated manufacturing systems, as well as with research centers that develop and use advanced automation equipment. The program has started in 2014 academic year with 4 students. At the end of fall semester of 2017-2018 academic year, there were 15 fresh graduates. 

Mechatronics Research and Application Center also conducts the BÜYEM/FESTO Mechatronics Certificate Program. In 2017, there have been 2 groups of people graduated from this program. It is further planning to continue with at least 3 groups throughout 2018.