Robotics Technology


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Department Head: Bobby Jones
Advising Coordinator: Danielle Jolie
Phone: 479.788.7784

Undergraduate Catalog

Degree Plans:


The certificate of proficiency in robotics technology will introduce the student to robotics, allow them to develop hands on skills in installing, commissioning and maintaining a robot system and design and implement robot programming projects. The courses may be applied towards the Associate of Applied Science, Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Applied Science and Bachelor of Organizational Leadership degrees at UAFS.

What can you do with an Robotics Technology Certificate of Proficiency?

  • maintenance technician
  • field service technician
  • CNC programmer electronics maintenance technician
  • industrial maintenance technician
  • equipment maintenance technician
  • electrical maintenance technician
  • plant maintenance technician
  • maintenance technician robotics
  • multicraft maintenance technician
  • industrial robotics technician
  • medical robotics technician
  • computer service technician
  • engineering technician
  • industrial automation technician
Program credit hours may also be applied to the Bachelor of Applied Science degree and Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership at UAFS.

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Why should you choose to major in Robotics Technology?

  • have above average mathematical ability
  • have analytical, mechanical and science aptitude
  • small class size
  • highly trained/certified instructors
  • opportunity for internships
  • cutting edge technology
  • exciting career opportunities
  • supply of workers cannot keep up with demand

Undergraduate Research Opportunities


The College of Applied Science and Technology has received accreditation from the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). ATMAE Accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for applied technology programs and institutions nationwide.