Students

Controls, Mechatronics & Robotics curriculum

Courses

Mechatronics, Controls and Robotics

Quarter Course Cr. Title
Autumn 4 Linear Systems Theory
Autumn (odd) 3 Nonlinear Optimal Control
Autumn 3 Biology-Inspired Robot Control []
Winter 3 Linear Multivariable Control
Winter 4 Convex Optimization
Spring 3 Estimation and System Identification
Spring 3 Digital Control
Spring (even) 3 System Identification and Adaptive Control
Spring (even) 3 Feedforward Control
Spring (odd) 3 Robust Control
Spring (even) 3 Networked Dynamic Systems

Dynamics

Quarter Course Cr. Title
Autumn 3 Dynamics and Vibrations
Autumn 3 Principles of Dynamics I
Winter (even) 3 Vibrations

Flight controls

Quarter Course Cr. Title
Autumn 3 Stability and Control of Flight Vehicles
Winter (odd) 3 Spacecraft Dynamics and Control
Spring (odd) 3 Automatic Control of Flight Vehicles

Undergraduate courses

Quarter Course Cr. Title
Autumn 4 Dynamics
Autumn 4 Automatic Control
Autumn 4 Instrumentation
Winter 4 Embedded Computing
Winter 3 Electric Circuits Laboratory I
Spring 3 Electric Circuits Laboratory II

Recommended curriculum

MS students, even start year

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MS students, odd start year

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Consider taking ME 520 Seminar or research credits (as needed).

PhD students, even start year

Autumn (even) Winter (odd) Spring (odd) Autumn (odd) Winter (even) Spring (even)
 
     

PhD students, odd start year

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Consider taking research credits (as needed) early on and taking no more than 2 courses (+ seminar) each quarter. If your controls/dynamics background is not strong, take ME 471/ME 469 in your first year to help with the qualifying exam.

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