Automation & Intelligent Robotics Engineering Technology - 4-year Degree (B.S.) Requirements
The Automation & Intelligent Robotics Engineering Technology (ARET) degree is a four-year program where upon successful completion you will be awarded a bachelor's degree. Your coursework over the four years in the program will be divided into three categories: 1) General Education; 2) Technical Core Requirements; and 3) Required Related Courses.
The following information is provided as a reference. Students should consult with their advisor to be sure they are making the correct curricular decisions.
General Education: 48 credits (minimum)
All students seeking a bachelor's degree from Millersville University must successfully complete the general education requirements. The general education requirements are designed to help make you into a well-rounded professional. Please take some time to read about the general education requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog.
Automation & Intelligent Robotics Engineering Technology Core Requirements: 60 credits
The courses required for the ARET degree are listed below. Please click here to read the course descriptions.
|ITEC 130: Production Materials and Processes|
|ITEC 241: Drafting Communications|
|ITEC 261: Electronic Systems|
|ITEC 262: Semiconductor Electronics|
|ITEC 325: Power Conversion & Control|
|ITEC 326: Fluid Power|
|ITEC 342: Computer-Aided Engineering Drawing|
|ITEC 425: Industrial Robotic Systems|
|ITEC 427: Programmable Logic Controllers|
|ITEC 364: Digital Electronics|
|ITEC 466: Wireless Communication Systems|
|ITEC 467: Mobile Robotic Systems|
|CSCI 140: Discrete Structures|
|CSCI 161: Intro to Programming I|
|CSCI 162: Intro to Programming II|
|CSCI 362: Data Structures|
|CSCI 450: Artificial Intelligence|
|CSCI 456: Robotics & Computer Vision|
Required Related Courses: 18 credits
All Automation & Intelligent Robotics Engineering Technology majors are required to take the following Required Related Courses. These courses will also count towards fulfillment of the Science and Math requirements in the General Education program.
Automation & Intelligent Robotics Engineering Technology
|MATH 161: Calculus I|
|MATH 211: Calculus II|
|PHYS 231: Physics I with Calculus|
|PHYS 232: Physics II with Calculus|