The curriculum of the Automatic Control and Robotics degree program was thoroughly revised in 2019. It is modern, interdisciplinary, and is based on the following three pillars:
construction of robots and robot systems for manufacturing,
programming of robot systems,
electrical control systems.
The program, delivered by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical, Electronic, computer and Control Engineering, introduces students to the ins and outs of robot construction and operation. It prepares students to the implementation of automation and robotization, which are considered as a measure of innovation and progress in all areas of life, especially in industrial practice.
The program is designed to involve:
Graduates with a first-cycle degree in Automatic Control and Robotics can be employed in all sectors of industry as an automatic control engineer, robotics engineer, IT specialist, designer/constructor, technologist. The skills acquired during the program enable them to set up manufacturing/service companies.
Graduates have the opportunity to pursue further education in second-cycle degree programs in Automatic Control and Robotics or related fields.