Academic Programs

Program Introduction

Robotics and intelligent systems have emerged as groundbreaking fields with immense potential in various industries worldwide. The BS in Robotics and Intelligent Systems program is specifically designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to develop and operate advanced robotic systems integrated with intelligent algorithms. This program delves into the fundamental concepts of robotics, machine learning, computer vision, and control systems. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of robotics, combining elements of computer science, engineering, and mathematics.

The curriculum of the BS Robotics and Intelligent Systems program offers a diverse range of courses, allowing students to explore topics such as robotic perception, autonomous navigation, human-robot interaction, and intelligent decision-making. Through hands-on laboratory experiences, students have the opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios, designing and constructing robotic prototypes. Additionally, the program offers a variety of elective courses that enable students to specialize in areas such as Industrial Robotics, Autonomous Robots, Computer Vision, Applied Machine Learning, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, or Artificial Intelligence.

Within the department, faculty members and students are encouraged to engage in research and development activities, fostering collaboration with industry partners. This ensures that students gain insights into real-world challenges and remain at the forefront of technological advancements. The medium of instruction and communication between students and faculty members is predominantly English, facilitating the development of strong written and verbal English language skills essential for graduates to thrive in an international work environment.

The BS Robotics and Intelligent Systems program adheres to the standards and requirements set by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), ensuring its alignment with renowned international universities. A dedicated curriculum committee regularly reviews and updates the program to incorporate the latest advancements and trends in the field, providing students with a competitive edge in the job market.

Graduates of the BS Robotics and Intelligent Systems program enjoy a wide range of employment opportunities across diverse industries. They can pursue careers in fields such as robotics research and development, automation engineering, artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, and industrial robotics. Additionally, graduates may choose to embark on entrepreneurial ventures or engage in research-oriented endeavors, contributing to the ongoing advancements in robotics and intelligent systems. With the ever-increasing demand for skilled professionals in these fields, the prospects for employment and career growth are abundant, offering graduates a rewarding and secure future.

Career Prospects

Graduates of this program can expect promising careers in the following roles and fields:

  • Robotics Research and Development
  • Automation Engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Autonomous Systems
  • Industrial Robotics
  • Control Systems
  • Machine Learning
  • Computer Vision
  • Robotic Perception
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Robotics Software Development
  • Algorithm Design and Optimization
  • Sensor Integration
  • Robotics Testing and Validation
  • Swarm Robotics
  • Robotic Manipulation
  • Robotic Path Planning
  • Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • Autonomous Navigation


Program Details

Duration:                                                                    4 years

Entry Requirements:

a). Minimum 50% marks in matriculation (or equivalent). Minimum 50% marks in F.Sc (or equivalent). Minimum 50% marks in admission tests administered by the university.

b). Candidates with a Diploma of Associate Engineer (DAE) in relevant fields instead of A-Level/FSc can also apply.

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