Master's Degree in Robotics in Maryland in USA

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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Robotics, a field that was only theoretical a few decades ago, has become indispensable to a number of industries all around the world. Students should have knowledge of mathematics and sciences to provide a foundation for the coursework in technology and engineering necessary for a career in robotics.

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Master of Engineering in Robotics

University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 5 years January 2019 USA College Park + 1 more

Our robotics masters program, offered by the Maryland Robotics Center and Institute for Systems Research, is designed to meet the educational needs of engineering professionals currently working in or wishing to enter the fast-growing field of robotics and autonomous systems. Our program curriculum is designed to build understanding and expertise in robotics design, modeling, control systems, autonomous vehicle planning and perception, machine learning, and human-robot interaction. With a range of technical electives, students pursuing a robotics engineering degree are able to tailor their coursework towards their area of interest in robotics including artificial intelligence, computer vision and perception, space and planetary robotics, robot kinematics and dynamics, control, networked robotic systems, robotics at micro and Nano scale, and rehabilitation robotics. [+]

Requirements specific to the robotics engineering program include:

A bachelor's degree, GPA of 3.0 or better, in aerospace, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, or mechanical engineering from an accredited institution Completion of calculus I, II, and III and differential equations [-]