Part-time, 100% online
Robotics is changing the world. There is no limit to how the field will improve the human condition.
Turn your coding into practice with the software engineering skills and knowledge that will shape the future through robotics. The MS in Robotic Software Engineering is designed to help you build advanced skills in various robotic software engineering technologies and develop hands-on experience with the technology stack.
With small classes of no more than 20 students, you will deeply engage as you design and code end-to-end software solutions that power autonomous and cooperative robots. Brandeis University is ranked #35 among national universities by U.S. News & World Report, so you can be confident that you have earned a degree from one of the top universities in the country.
The program will equip you to:
Spring 2019 curriculum
Robot Sensing and Perception
The 30-credit part-time, online program has eight required courses and two electives.
The 30-credit Robotic Software Engineering program has eight required courses and two electives. Required courses provide students with a focused education surrounding fundamental topics in the field, while electives build upon specific professional skillsets and allow students to enrich and round out their studies.
Please note that available courses are subject to change.
If you relate to any of the statements below, this degree could be right for you.
Robotic Software Engineering applicants should meet the following criteria:
Please contact an enrollment advisor with questions.
The Robotics sector is growing rapidly. According to a Pew Research Center report, robotics is expected to permeate nearly all industries impacting daily life by 2025, including healthcare, transportation and logistics, customer service and home maintenance. Leading organizations that are currently hiring Robotic Software Engineer experts span multiple industries and include:
This degree gives you an opportunity to advance your career in one of the most revolutionary industries in today's job market.
Our Robotic Software Engineering faculty understand the nuances and challenges of the industry today. Faculty members include:
Daniel Grieneisen is a member of the technical staff at 6 River Systems in Waltham, MA where he leads a team focused on robot movement and behavior. A professional roboticist for 5 years, he has worked on a variety of different robot platforms, from tiny MAVs to thousand pound industrial forktrucks. He has made robots that navigate in many different environments, including in fulfillment warehouses, in hospitals, and off road. He currently teaches Mathematics and Algorithm Design for Robotics.
Imran Khan is the President of SoftServ International Corp. He consults in areas of machine vision, embedded software, digital signal processing, user interface, chip design and algorithm development. His research interests include motion imagery understanding, deep learning and neural signal processing. He also mentors technology entrepreneurs. He currently teaches Robot Sensing and Perception.
GPS adjunct instructors are leaders in their fields and, because they also work full-time outside of GPS, bring real-world experiences and connections to their classrooms.
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