Spring Berman and her students pose with robots.

The master’s degree in robotics and autonomous systems offers students the opportunity to study interdisciplinary technologies that have applications in numerous industries ranging from manufacturing and transportation to aerospace, defense, health care and beyond.

After completing this program, graduates will be prepared for doctoral study or an industrial position specializing in research, project management and product innovation.

Students will gain practical experience with systems capable of carrying out sets of complex tasks in various working environments and will expand your knowledge of advanced topics such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, human-robot interaction and adaptive control. Choose from concentrations in artificial intelligence, electrical engineering, systems engineering and mechanical and aerospace engineering.

This degree program is grounded in both theoretical insights and hands-on classes and projects. Students will have access to ASU’s world-class facilities which offer over 25 state-of-the-art labs specializing in robotics and autonomous systems.

Apply for admission for the spring semester beginning January 2019.

Explore the degree

For information on degree requirements and to learn more about opportunities in robotics and autonomous systems visit ras.engineering.asu.edu.

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