The Robotics Institute and Carnegie Mellon offer many robotics related academic programs for students of all ages – from kindergarten through doctoral studies.
- PhD in Robotics
The world’s first doctoral program in robotics prepares graduate students to be tomorrow’s leaders in robotics research.
- MS in Robotics (MSR)
A two year masters program that teaches the fundamentals of robotics theory and practice through coursework and independent research.
- MS in Robotic Systems Development (MRSD)
An advanced graduate degree with a combined technical/business focus for recent-graduates/practicing-professionals engaged in, or wishing to enter, the robotics and automation field as practitioners in the commercial sector.
- MS in Computer Vision (MSCV)
A 16 month masters program that teaches the fundamentals of computer vision theory to prepare students for careers in industry.
PhD Affiliated programs
- CNBC Option for PhD Students
An interdisciplinary program for Robotics PhD students interested in the neural basis of cognition.
- BS with additional Robotics Major
The new Robotics Additional Major is for those undergraduates who want an in-depth understanding of Robotics Engineering and Science.
- BS with Robotics Minor
An undergraduate program that teaches the principles and practice of robotics through theoretical studies and hands-on experience with robots.
- BS plus MS in Robotics (fifth year)
A special masters program that enables Carnegie Mellon undergraduates to complete a masters degree in their fifth year.