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The Colorado School of Mines offers both graduate and undergraduate opportunities to study robotics. For undergraduate students there are relevant courses and specializations in several departments across campus. For example, students can choose to focus on robotics and intelligent systems, robotics and automation, and/or robotics and design. Follow the undergraduate program link for more information.

The Mines Robotics graduate program is an interdisciplinary program that unites faculty, coursework, and research opportunities from the Departments of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and the Division of Engineering, Design, and Society, creating an educational experience that reflects the inherently interdisciplinary and systems-oriented nature of the field of robotics. The program features a core curriculum focused on four robotics focus areas, while also giving students flexibility to choose electives to develop their depth of expertise. Graduates have the cutting-edge skills needed for robotics careers in either research or industry.

Robotics Blog

Official Hub for the
Robotics Program at Mines

Watch this recent industry seminar, “Next Generation Workforce–Upskilling for Robotics”

“Long-run perspectives for robotics remain excellent.”

Source: International Federation of Robotics