The Bachelor of Applied Science in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (BAS-ROBAI) program focuses on hands-on learning, taught by faculty with industry experience, providing students with knowledge and skills needed in the growing field of robotics. The interdisciplinary program covers basic software development and adds skills in mechatronics design, language and speech technology, AI applications for machine learning, and autonomous systems. Highly competitive graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of industries.
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The BAS Robotics and Artificial Intelligence degree is designed for working adults who have professional-technical academic backgrounds and strive for career advancement, stronger skills, knowledge, and pathways to higher degree levels.
BAS-ROBAI Information Sheet
Breakdown of Degree Requirements (180 credits)
Course Descriptions and Objectives
Program Requirement Sheet
Admission to the BAS-ROBAI program is by application only. The program follows a cohort model that admits 30 students each fall.
Each cohort will follow a specific sequence of BAS-ROBAI classes each quarter throughout the program. The program lasts two years (or six quarters).
At this time, cohorts start once a year in the Fall quarters. Application periods run from the Winter through Summer quarters.
Students will have first completed an Associate in Applied Science - Transfer (AAS-T) in Robotics and Automation Technology, Mechatronics, or similar degree.
Students are encouraged to consult with the STEM Program Manager for eligibility evaluation and further discussion on whether additional courses are needed prior to applying.