Minor in Robotics and Automation
About the Minor
Robotics and Automation Engineering has evolved around several engineering and technology fields such as electrical, mechanical, and electro-mechanical, as well as electronics engineering. It merges the fundamental principles of electrical hardware and sensor usage with pneumatics, hydraulics, computer programming and instrumentation science, and related applications.
The Minor in Robotics and Automation (ROBT) introduces students to mechatronics engineering and prepares them for automation-related careers in process control, manufacturing, computerized hardware/software integration, and sustainable automated systems. It allows students to engage in real-life, industrial processes related to automation in an industrial robotics laboratory setting.
|Circuit Analysis I
|Industrial Engineering Simulation
|Robotics and Mechatronics
|Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics
For more information on the Robotics and Automation minor, please contact Gerry Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-895-6253.