The Minor in Mechatronics & Robotics provides an opportunity for undergraduates at IUB to learn the principles and practice of robotics through theoretical studies and hands-on experience with robots. This minor serves as a focal point for CSE students who are interested in robotics.
Students initially learn the basics of robotics, then move on to additional required courses that teach control systems and robotic manipulation. Students also choose from a wide selection of electives in robotics, perception and computer vision, cognition and cognitive science, or computer graphics. Students have a unique opportunity to undertake independent research projects, working under the guidance of faculty and research members, an excellent introduction to robotics research for those considering graduate studies.
Prerequisite courses for Minor in Mechatronics & Robotics:
MAT 203: Linear Algebra
MAT 212: Probability and Statistics
CSE 216: Microprocessor and Assembly Language
CSE 317: Numerical Methods
CSE 425: Artificial Intelliegence