Gain in-demand robotics skills that can make a global impact with a degree from one of the country’s top online graduate engineering programs.

The robotics master’s program at Stevens offers the multidisciplinary engineering expertise you need to to advance in industries ranging from automotive and aerospace to pharmaceuticals and personal care products. Here, you’ll integrate the fundamentals of robot modeling, analysis, design and control with modern and advanced applications of robotics technology. You’ll work alongside faculty who are not only respected instructors but also patent-holders in the field.

This distinctive master’s degree program exposes you to both the mathematical foundations of robotics, and relevant hands-on laboratory projects in robotics and mechatronics. When you graduate, you’ll be able to solve complex engineering problems, position emerging technologies, lead the development of high-quality products, manage projects and maintain exacting standards in positions at notable firms like General Electric, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and many more.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens is located 15 minutes from downtown Manhattan—a global hub of tech, business and innovation, and home to several top research universities. You’ll benefit from Stevens’ extensive network of corporate partners and industry recruiters, which offers a wealth of collaboration and employment opportunities. And with Stevens’ flexible curriculum, you can choose a fast-tracked degree path that you can finish in just one year.

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Stevens' nationally renowned research centers discover new possibilities for innovative technology and use engineering solutions to tackle exciting, real-world challenges every day. To learn more about the research focus areas of our faculty members, as well as recent grants, contracts, awards and publications, please visit the Department of Mechanical Engineering homepage.
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