- 11 credits
- Two–three semesters
Learn Advanced Skills for FANUC Industrial Robots
The on-campus Industrial Robotics graduate certificate program aims to prepare technically sound specialists with industrial robotics and automation skills—skills which are needed to maintain and monitor existing robots, help develop future technologies, and educate users on implementation and applications.
Who is This Certificate For?
The graduate certificate in Industrial Robotics is for experienced industry professionals and Michigan Tech graduate students interested in developing advanced skills in mechatronics. The program prepares professionals for high-demand careers in robotics automation in all sectors of industry.
What You Need to Know
The graduate certificate for Industrial Robotics program is designed to develop skills and competencies in operating, programming, and troubleshooting FANUC industrial robots and configuring and setting up robotic vision systems commonly used to enhance industrial processes. The curriculum contains a significant laboratory component operating industrial-scale FANUC robots and learning industry standards of Roboguide simulation software. The certificate teaches skills related to network security and cybersecurity of industrial control systems.
To enroll in this certificate program, students must have a preferred major of engineering/engineering technology disciplines, such as material science, manufacturing, electrical, mechatronics, and mechanical. See complete admissions requirements.
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This graduate certificate requires a minimum of 11 total credits. Students may apply the credits earned for this certificate toward a graduate degree at Michigan Tech.