Robotics Schools and Universities in the U.S.

Robotics engineers work in the private and public sectors to build robots for socioeconomic purposes. Many U.S. schools offer robotics technology or robotics engineering as majors.

How to Select a Robotics School

Typically, courses and labs also on the variables of robot building and engineering, classifying robots, the robotics industry, effectors, sensors and automation.

Consider the following when looking for robotics schools:

  • A student looking to study robotics should first decide if he or she seeks a career as an engineer or as a technician who assists engineers.
  • Students can benefit from a robotics curriculum that requires them to work alongside one another on group projects.
  • Prospective students may want to check out a robotics school's laboratory facilities, since they will be using the computers and labs to build their robotic devices and conduct experiments.

10 Schools with Robotics Programs

College/University Institution Type
Purdue University 4-year, Public
University of Georgia 4-year, Public
University of Southern California 4-year, Private
Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis 4-year, Public
Utah Valley University 4-year, Public
University of Pennsylvania 4-year, Private
Ball State University 4-year, Public
Vincennes University 4-year, Public
Carnegie Mellon University 4-year, Private
Johnson & Wales University 4-year, Private

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