Top Schools for Robotics Technologies

Read about programs in robotics technologies, through which students design and build machines that function without human control. Learn about the program options at three top-notch institutions, and find a summary of other schools that offer training for robotics technologists.

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Programs in robotics technology can be found at the associate's, bachelor's or master's degree levels. Students find out how to develop autonomous machines that can perform a variety of tasks, such as assembling items, piloting airplanes and sweeping floors. Of the three schools profiled below, Carnegie Mellon University is the only one to offer graduate programs specifically in robotic technology.

Top U.S. Schools with Robotics Technologies Programs

1. Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA

Carnegie Mellon University ranked 23rd among national universities by U.S. News & World Report in 2012. At Carnegie's Robotics Institute, students can pursue a Master of Science (M.S.) in Robotics Technology. Students in this program spend their first year at a partner school in China or the U.K. and then return to Carnegie Mellon's main campus for their final year of study. The school also offers an M.S. and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Robotics and an M.S. in Robotic Systems Development.

2. Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA

In 2012, the Pennsylvania College of Technology placed 36th among northern regional colleges, according to U.S. News & World Report. Affiliated with Pennsylvania State University, the college offers associate's and bachelor's degree programs in applied technology, including electronics and computer engineering technology. Students in the associate's degree program can pursue an emphasis in robotics technology. The Pennsylvania College of Technology is also home to Pennsylvania's largest worker training program.

3. Indiana State University in Terre Haute

Indiana State University was identified as one of the best schools in the Midwest by The Princeton Review in 2012. At the university's College of Technology, undergraduates can major in automation and control engineering technology. Graduate programs can lead to a master's degree in electronics and computer technology. Both programs include courses in robotics and automation.

List of Ten Good Schools for Robotics Technology in the U.S.

School Name Distinction Location
Alcorn State UniversityRobotics and automation technology program allows students to customize their degree plans and includes courses in biology, social sciences or medical studiesLorman, Mississippi
California University of PennsylvaniaRobotics engineering technology program is affiliated with Carnegie Mellon's Robotics AcademyCalifornia, PA
Carnegie Mellon UniversityMedical Robotics Technology Center offers research options in 3-D medical image analysis, computer-assisted surgery and prosthetic devicesPittsburgh, PA
Idaho State UniversityUniversity professors founded the Idaho Museum of Natural HistoryPocatello, ID
Indiana State UniversityBachelor's degrees are available through the Degreelink distance learning programTerre Haute, IN
Johnson & Wales UniversityAssociate's degree program includes a technology internship with an industry partnerProvidence, RI
Pennsylvania College of TechnologyStudent-computer ratio of 3:1Williamsport, PA
Southern New Hampshire UniversityBachelor's degree in robotics can be earned entirely onlineManchester, NH
Utah Valley UniversitySmall class sizesOrem, UT
Vincennes UniversityOne of the first schools in the U.S. to establish an Associate of Science in Robotics Technology programVincennes, IN
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