Robotic and intelligent autonomous systems are significant factors in increasing efficiencies in manufacturing, improving supply chains and enhancing quality of life in our homes. Because these technologies are evolving at a rapid pace, it is important to keep knowledge and skills current and to learn strategies for managing the systems and those who use design and use them.
At the University of Cincinnati Online, our goal is to put you into a position to be a leader within the robotics and autonomous systems industry by providing this online graduate program in robotics and intelligent autonomous systems.
This program will provide you specialized training in a number of disciplines, including computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, systems engineering, and project management. You will be exposed to a broad set of topics to innovate and envision new systems, while developing skills needed to build the reliable, safe, secure, and trusted systems of the future.
The Master of Engineering is an industry focused degree that combines technical mastery with professional skills. The robotics and intelligent autonomous systems program provides training on advanced intelligent hardware devices and software so that individuals can design sophisticated autonomous robotic devices whose capabilities far surpass older purely electro-mechanical automation systems. Emphasis is placed on making these systems reliable, safe, and secure.
Industry 4.0 is an evolution toward inter-connectivity, automation, machine learning, and decisions based on real-time data acquisition. It is specifically designed to incorporate cutting-edge technical skills in the areas of big data, sensors, AI/machine learning, additive manufacturing (3-D printing), and cyber-security. UC’s Online Master of Engineering in Robotics & Intelligent Autonomous Systems program infuses Industry 4.0 into the curriculum to ensure graduates are equipped for the future of engineering.
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In very limited situations a program may offer pertinent courses you can take both on-campus and online. Typically, you choose your mode of education (in-person or distance) at the beginning of your program.
Yes. There is a chance if certain conditions are met. These could include taking a graduate entry exam (i.e. GRE, GMAT), being conditionally admitted or working with the program director on other ways to demonstrate your likelihood for success if admitted into the program.
No. You must choose one program to apply for in any given semester.
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