BSE Robotics Engineering at UConn

29 April 2023


BSE Robotics Engineering at UConn


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The University of Connecticut is one of only three research-active US universities to offer a major in Robotics Engineering. The degree focuses on the design, construction, and operation of robots. Students can choose a track from:

  • Biomedical
  • Electronics
  • Mechanical
  • Systems

The robotics engineering major will have an interdisciplinary curriculum that integrates the disciplines of electrical engineering, computer engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer science. Students will get hands-on experiences in building small-scale robots and learning techniques to control and automate these robots in a variety of settings.

The skill set developed as a robotics engineer opens up a wide variety of career opportunities in various fields including electric machines, autonomous control, embedded systems, and artificial intelligence which are all relevant in a number of industries. Robotics is anticipated to see significant growth in employment over the next decade.

UConn Engineering has established itself as a leader in robotics research with participation from several faculty in the ECE, ME, and CSE departments. Highlights include research in autonomous drones, path planning, human robot collaboration, cyborg insects, and others.

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