Robotics Engineering Technology

Students interested in the most recent, innovative technology have an opportunity for training in Robotics Engineering Technology. Through a partnership with the Advanced Manufacturing Industry, California University of Pennsylvania, and support from Carnegie Mellon University, students move through in-depth activities into advanced design and control challenges using curriculum developed through the National Robotics Engineering Center. 

Students study robotics technology case studies and participate in hands-on lab experiences. Due to the broad application of Robotics, numerous employment opportunities exist in the Pittsburgh area and nationally.  Students also develop skills related to Advanced Manufacturing with CNC, FANUC Robotic Arm, and 3-D modeling.

To learn more about Robotics Engineering Technology watch the video above, see the information below about our instructor and check the tabs to your right for information about the potential to earn industry certifications, college credits and more to the right.

Career Paths

Industrial and Community Development, Consumer and Medical Industries, Homeland and Civilian Security and more.

College Credits

CAL-U (20), Pittsburgh Technical College (14), CCAC (9/6), UNOH (6). Learn more.

Courses of Study

Agile Robotics, Electrical and Engineering Systems, C++ Programming and  more.

Industry Support

Thank you to our Occupational Advisory Committee.
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Mr. Michael Purucker, M.S.
Mr. Michael Purucker, M.S.

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