Contact this office:

robotics@rose-hulman.edu

Degree Requirements

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Robotics is a fast-growing field that is inherently multidisciplinary.  Robotic systems are made of mechanical, electrical, and biological parts as well as software.  Robotics encompasses many fields including mobile robots, industrial robots, mechatronics, controls, programming, and assistive technologies.  Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology offers a multidisciplinary minor in robotics to recognize students who have gained experience in a robotics-related area while at Rose-Hulman.

Students earning the minor must satisfy three requirements. (1) They must major in one of the following areas:  Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or Computer Science to obtain depth.  (2) They must complete one of the 28-credit (7 course) tracks (PDF of curriculum tracks) to obtain breadth in a second area. (3) All students except biomedical engineering majors must complete on a multidisciplinary robotics senior design project by taking ROBO 410, ROBO 420, and ROBO 430.  Biomedical engineering students will complete a robotics-related senior design project as part of BE 410, BE 420, and BE 430.  Any exceptions to the robotics minor requirements require approval of the appropriate robotics advisor and completion of the robotics minor course substitution form.

Students entering in 2014 or later should use the four-year schedules at the following links:

  1. CSSE with Controls ( CS and SE)
  2. CSSE with Hardware ( CS and SE)
  3. CSSE with Mechanics ( CS and SE)
  4. Computer Engineering
  5. EE with Programming
  6. ECE with Sensors (CpE and EE)
  7. ECE with Mechanics (CpE and EE)
  8. ME with Electronics
  9. ME with Programming
  10. Biomedical Engineering with
    Instrumentation

Curriculum Tracks (Post-2014)

Students who want to pursue the minor should complete a declaration of intent form available at the links below and submit it to the appropriate track advisor.  Note that completion of the minor will be noted on the student's official transcript but not on the diploma. Advisors are listed below.

Major


Advisor


Location


Intent Form

CSSE


Matthew Boutell

 

Moench F224

 

CSSE form

ECE

 

Carlotta Berry

 

Moench D202

 

ECE form

ME

 

David Fisher

 

Moench E101

 

ME form

BE

 

Glen Livesay

 

Moench D223

 

BE form

 
 
 
 
 
 

Students entering before 2014 can use the four-year schedules at the following links:

  1. CSSE with Controls ( CS and  SE)
  2. CSSE with Hardware ( CS and  SE)
  3. CSSE with Mechanics ( CS and  SE)
  4. Computer Engineering
  5. EE with Programming
  6. ECE with Sensors (CpE and EE)
  7. ECE with Mechanics (CpE and EE)
  8. ME with Electronics
  9. ME with Programming
  10. Biomedical Engineering with
    Instrumentation

Curriculum Tracks (Pre-2014)

Major


Advisor


Location


Intent Form

CSSE


Matthew Boutell

 

Moench F224

 

CSSE form

ECE

 

Carlotta Berry

 

Moench D202

 

ECE form

ME

 

David Fisher

 

Moench E101

 

ME form

BE

 

Glen Livesay

 

Moench D223

 

BE form