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Reach new heights in robotics with two new degree programs

ASU’s School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks, or MSN, is reshaping education to meet the demands of a technology-driven future.

Program chairs have worked with senior leadership in the school to craft two new degree offerings: a bachelor’s degree in robotics and autonomous systems, set to launch in fall 2024, and a doctoral degree in robotics and autonomous systems with a concentration in mechatronics and automation, which launched in spring 2024.

Drones and blue lines representing wireless networks in front of a city

Apply to research the latest in future-generation wireless technology at this summer research camp by April 10

The U.S. Department of Defense-funded Center of Excellence in Future Generation Wireless Technology, or FutureG, is hosting a free weeklong summer research camp for undergraduate students from select programs at ASU. Students from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence, both part of the Fulton Schools, as well as ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering, are invited to apply.