13490767_1453494701343482_3860364286354194139_o-2Any engineering major may declare a “Minor in Robotics Engineering” field of study, which will be listed on the student’s academic record after graduation. Requirements may be satisfied by completing 18 credit hours. Students must complete one of the following options, as well as an additional three courses (9 credits) from the list of supporting courses. The choice of option is not restricted by major.

13503014_1452997814726504_3806089876182148221_o13522735_1452997748059844_2088380042770603619_o-2Application for the engineering minor must be filed in the Engineering Dean’s Office at least one semester prior to expected graduation. Forms must be signed by the coordinator for the chosen option and the chair of the students department, and then brought to the College of Engineering Dean’s Office for formal declaration and inclusion in the student’s file. Students are responsible for meeting the prerequisite requirements for individual courses, as applicable.

Robotic Engineering Minor declaration Form

required courses

The course requirements for Option 1: Ocean Engineering Focus are as follows:

OCE360, OCE467, MTH215

The course requirements for Option 2: Mechanical Engineering Focus are as follows:

MCE432, MCE433, MTH215

The course requirements for Option 3: Electrical Engineering Focus are as follows:

ELE458/459, ELE470, MTH215

In addition to the required courses from the selected focus, at least 9 additional credits must be earned from the following supporting courses:

ELE205/206*, ELE458/459, ELE470, ELE583, ?MCE366, MCE 431, MCE433, MCE530, MCE566, ?OCE360, OCE467, OCE516, OCE562?OCG555

*may not be counted toward minor requirements for ELE majors

program coordinators

Stephen Licht, Assistant Professor, Coordinator for Ocean Engineering Focus
Department of Ocean Engineering
University of Rhode Island
215 South Ferry Rd., Sheets 211
Narragansett, RI 02882
+1 401.874.6028

Musa Jouaneh, Professor, Coordinator for Mechanical Engineering Focus
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Rhode Island
92 Upper College Road, 203 Wales Hall
Kingston, RI 02881
+1 401.874.2349

Richard Vaccaro, Professor, Coordinator for Electrical Engineering Focus
Department of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering
University of Rhode Island
4 East Alumni Ave, A118 Kelley Annex
Kingston, RI 02881
+1 401.874.5816