A Robotics Degree combining advancing robotics engineering with technological design.
The robotics degree at the technology university, UAT, is earned as a Bachelor of Science. Our robotics degree program provides students with the foundational robotics education for the design, implementation, and analysis of robotics and embedded systems. By combining the best of class elements of computer science with autonomous robotics technology, students in the Robotics and Embedded Systems Degree will gain valuable knowledge and will be prepared to excel in a robotics career. Building upon the foundation of software engineering, the focus of this robotics degree is creating robotics engineering professionals who will have mastery over the advancing realm of robotics and embedded systems.
Students within the Robotics and Embedded Systems major will explore all aspects of robotics technology such as mechanical design, mechanical engineering, controls, digital logic design, embedded programming, machine vision, and adaptive algorithm development of robotics systems. Building from this base, robotics degree students will implement a microprocessor using digital logic design. Students in the robotics degree will also learn to optimize robotics technology using digital hardware design, software programming, and digital and analog circuit design analysis.
Students enrolled in the robotics degree at UAT will apply knowledge of transducers, actuators, and advanced software development to mechanically design and engineer as well as analyze advanced robotics technology and embedded systems. Graduates from UAT’s robotics degree, Robotics and Embedded Systems Bachelor of Science, will be prepared for careers in exclusive government and advanced technology operations.
With technology advancing rapidly, a robotics degree allows you to be at the forefront of the world’s top business and government efforts. With the completion of this robotics and mechanical engineering degree you will gain the ability to build, develop, implement, and analyze the world’s most advanced technologies and make an impact on the advancing electronic and robotic world.
Requirements to graduate include a 2.0 CGPA, completed required coursework, Portfolio, Internship, and a Student Innovation Project.
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