MSc in Robotics and Automation

The MSc. in Robotics and Automation is a programme for students who have a strong background in Electronics & Telecommunication, Mechatronics, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering who are interested in furthering their education to the Robotics and Automation or industrial practitioners who want to improve their knowledge in the relevant filed.

Course Type

Full Time

Course Commencement Dates

October

Duration

1 Year

Course Modules

Trimester 1

M0003

Automation and Robotics (30 Credits)

M0002

Interactive Visualization (30 credits)

Trimester 2

M0004

Mobile Robotics (30 credits)

M0001

Artificial Intelligence (30 credits)

Trimester 3

M0063

Project for Robotics & Automation (60 credits)

*Full Time (carried out in the weekends)

Entry Requirements

A minimum of a Class 2 Division 2 honours degree or equivalent in a numerate subject such as Engineering, Science, Mathematics or Computer Science.

OR

Class 3 honours degree or equivalent in a numerate subject such as Engineering, Science, Mathematics or Computer Science. AND minimum of 2 years industry experience in relevant field AND Interview

AND

English language requirement of grade C or above in English language at O/L OR General English at A/L OR an equivalent qualification.

Job Opportunities

The Robotics and Automation subject area provides career opportunities in a broad spectrum of industrial activities, as well as offering a gateway to all levels in the education sector. Robotics and Automation graduates can follow career paths as diverse as research and development within aerospace companies through to manufacturing process automation. In the contemporary industrial environment, the approach to problem solving, design, and research and development activities is to form multidisciplinary teams, thereby ensuring that all avenues are explored and evaluated. The Robotics and Automation engineer is well placed in this structure, since the ethos of the subject is broad based. The programme provides the prerequisite for graduates to continue their studies up to Mphil or PhD in Robotics and Automation. .