The master's program in Robotics
is a new and unique program administered by Penn’s General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory
, recognized as one of the nation’s premier research centers. Multi-disciplinary in scope, the program provides an ideal foundation for what today’s experts in robotics and intelligent systems need to know — from artificial intelligence, computer vision, control systems, dynamics, and machine learning to design, programming and prototyping of robotic systems.
Opportunities for research projects in robotics and related fields in the world-famous GRASP Lab; participation in exciting competitions such as the international Robocup soccer tournament; weekly GRASP seminars; professional networking with peers in industry and academe.
Grounded in up-to-the minute research findings, the MSE in Robotics offers you an ideal foundation for a successful career in robotics, defense, aerospace, and automotive industries, government agencies, or academe.
Robotics MSE Curriculum
Students must complete a total of ten courses: four core and six electives.
Core courses cover the following fields:
Sample electives include:
- Robotics and Animation
- Control Systems Design
- Computer Vision
- Machine Learning
- Learning in Robotics
- Vision and Learning
- Hybrid Systems
- Motion Planning