The Master of Engineering in Robotics, Automation and Control is a two-year program that builds on specified pre-requisite knowledge gained in an undergraduate engineering degree. Half of the program comprises specialist technical subjects related to Robotics, Automation and Control in general, while the other half of the program is common across the Master of Engineering programs and is made up of systems engineering in Automation and Control, and professional practice subjects along with an interdisciplinary group project and University electives. Technical subjects cover control theory, industrial automation (including programmable controllers, distributed control systems and human-machine interactions), instrumentation and sensors (including measuring techniques, types of sensors, data acquisition and monitoring), robotics (including the study of robotic systems, their components, kinematics, dynamics, and programming).

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