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What will I learn?

The RMET program of study will require 130 credits of undergraduate work including a one semester senior project capstone requirement and a 400-hour summer internship in a relevant industry. This includes the General Education courses that meet all relevant requirements, totaling 42 to 48 credits. RMET program Major Requirements make up 55 credits of introductory and applied robotics and mechatronics courses, and 6 credits of advanced technical electives. This also includes an additional 24 credits of required courses in the areas of mathematics, electronics, engineering mechanics, and manufacturing provide prerequisite theory and skills for the major requirements. Finally, up to seven credits of free electives are available, to allow students to take courses that meet their professional interests as well as to fulfill total credit requirements.

Major Requirements

ROBO 110 Introduction to Robotics and Mechatronics 3 Credits

ROBO 210 Engineering Mechanics for Automation 4 Credits

ROBO 220 Parametric Modeling and Simulation 3 Credits

ROBO 240 Electric Machines 3 Credits

ROBO 260 Programmable Controllers 4 Credits

ROBO 280 Embedded Systems Design 3 Credits

ROBO 310 Data Acquisition & Processing 3 Credits

ROBO 320 Fluid Power Control 4 Credits

ROBO 340 Modeling and Simulation in Mechatronics 3 Credits

ROBO 350 Applied Control Systems I 3 Credits

ROBO 370 Mechanisms for Automation 3 Credits

ROBO 380 Mechatronics 4 Credits

ROBO 390 Robotics, Theory and Applications 3 Credits

ROBO 460 Applied Control Systems II 3 Credits

ROBO 480 Industrial Robotics 3 Credits

ROBO 496 Industrial Internship 3 Credits

ROBO 497 Capstone Senior Project 3 Credits

Which department am I in?

School of Engineering, Science, and Technology

Study options

Full Time (130 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$24,866.00 per year
USD $12,433 per term

*Price shown is for indicative purposes, please check with institution

Start date

19 January 2022

Venue

School of Engineering, Science, and Technology

Copernicus Hall - Room 2240700 1615 Stanley Street,

NEW BRITAIN,

Connecticut,

06050, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Applicants must have Official copies of secondary and post-secondary educational records.

For international students

Applicants must have official copies of secondary and post-secondary educational records.

TOEFL Score: Internet: minimum score 61, Computer: minimum score 173, Paper: minimum score 500. A minimum band score of 5.5 IELTS is required for admissions consideration.

Application deadline is April 1st for the fall semester and November 1st for the spring semester.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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