Robotics and Autonomy

The graduate program in Robotics and Autonomy educates professionals who are prepared to lead and conduct research, development, and design in robotic systems and technologies. It is an interdepartmental program in Drexel’s College of Engineering, in conjunction with the College of Computing and Informatics and the College of Arts and Sciences, that educates and trains students in the theory, integration and practical application of the core engineering and computer science disciplines that comprise robotics and autonomy.

To be admitted, students must have a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field or demonstrate that they have acquired sufficient experience in a technical field to be able to satisfactorily complete engineering studies at the graduate level.

 

Graduate

  • Master's (MS)