Certification in Robotics Programming

Departments of Computer Science and Mechatronics offer the certificate to students who are interested in the area of programming robots. The certificate is designed to provide additional training to supplement degree programs in other related areas. The curriculum combines aspects of engineering and computer science emphasizing design of physical robotic systems and the software necessary for intelligent control. The certificate introduces students to mechanical, electrical, software, and operational aspects of robotic systems. Students gain practical engineering and software development experience in laboratories and automation-type projects.

Students should complete at least six courses (19 hrs) for this certificate:

Required Courses (13 credit hours):

  • MTRE 4001/MTRE 4002L (counted as 1 course)
  • MTRE 3710
  • MTRE 4200
  • CS 3305/L

Electives (6 credit hours):

  • CS 4242
  • CS 4267
  • CS 4732

Total = 19 credit Hours

Courses

  • Course Number
    Course Name
    Credit Hour
  • CS 3305/L
    Data Structures
    4
  • CS 4242
    Artificial Intelligence
    3
  • CS 4267
    Machine Learning
    3
  • CS 4732
    Digital Image Processing
    3
  • MTRE 3710
    Mechatronics Engineering Fundamentals
    4
  • MTRE 4001
    Modeling and Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems
    3
  • MTRE 4002L
    Feedback Control Laboratory
    1
  • MTRE 4200
    Robotics Analysis and Synthesis
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