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what degree do i need to obtain to become a robotics engineer?

I took a robotics class in elementary class and built a robot and enjoyed the experience #technology #robotics

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Mae’s Answer

https://www.udacity.com/course/robotics-software-engineer--nd209?gclid=CjwKCAjw3pWDBhB3EiwAV1c5rHBG5zHDvBOQscXpM3bx8MNYun_V1PCcFMQUoBQDZIEc8FoSYXUu6BoC3EEQAvD_BwE&utm_campaign=12469188407_c&utm_keyword=%2Brobotics%20%2Bengineer%20%2Bbecome_b&utm_medium=ads_n&utm_source=gsem_generic&utm_term=120189805842

You can try it out with online classes on robotic engineering at Udacity and complete a certification. This would be less costly.
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Shoaib’s Answer

In my experience, robotics is a very vast field which could encompass many other subjects like electronics, electrical, computers /programming & mechanical engineering. At a minimum, bachelor of science (BS) degree would be the one to go for. There are universities that now confer BS in robotics.

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Katie’s Answer

I recently toured robotics labs at Georgia Tech as part of National Robotics Week, and we had the opportunity to learn about how students in a variety of degree programs were working with robots including physics and mechanical engineering.


You can learn more about the event and the robots here--> http://robotics.gatech.edu/outreach/NRW


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