The robotics and automation engineering technology degree option responds to the increasing need for professionals in the growing fields of robotics and automation. The curriculum provides students with a solid background in the three cornerstone disciplines of the field: mechanical engineering technology, electronic and computer engineering technology and computer systems technology. Students are challenged to apply course principles in hands-on, industry-relevant projects throughout the program.
The robotics and automation industry requires technical engineering knowledge, but also the ability to communicate and apply knowledge in hands-on laboratory and factory settings. The hands-on, experiential teaching model at K-State Polytechnic ensures graduates are prepared to be leaders in their field upon graduation.
See the robotics and automation curriculum guide for further detailed information.