This program’s educational profile is aimed at research, but material is also presented that can be utilized directly from a professional point of view. Students are trained in all aspects of robotics, from those that are basic and introductory to those advanced, attaining the knowhow and expertise to enable their entry into this field and assume R&D tasks. This Master allows students to integrate into lines of research within the Doctoral Program in Industrial and Telecommunications Technologies that currently has sufficiently contrasted and solid quality indices.
The Master’s in Robotics is directed at graduates and engineers possessing the technical knowledge that allows them to acquire the competencies specified in the curriculum. To access to official master’s education, applicants must hold either an official Spanish university degree or one conferred by a higher education institution in a country belonging to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) that entitles access to master’s education in such country. Access may also be granted to those possessing a degree from an educational system outside the EHEA, without requiring its homologation, but following verification by the UMH that the degree represents an educational level that is equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degree and that it entitles access to graduate education within the issuing country. Access this way does not mean, under any circumstance, homologation of the degree the interested party holds, or its recognition for anything besides acceptance into a master’s program.
The master is structured in 2 semesters (60 ECTS), distributed in 5 modules:
- Unit A: (12 ECTS) with global contents (Industrial Robotics):
- Unit B: (18 ECTS) about systems to acquire information from the surroundings of the robot. (Perception in Robotics):
- Unit C: (15 ECTS) on robotic systems. (Service robotics):
- Unit D: (3 ECTS) dedicated to lines of research in robotics. (Research in Robotics):
- Emerging Technologies and Research in Robotics (3 ECTS – Semester 2)
- Unit E: (12 ECTS) Final Master’s project
You can check curriculum details on the following website
In this link you can check the schedule of the studies.