Supported Degree Objectives
- Master of Science (MS)
- Awarded to students who have completed a non-engineering degree in a STEM field
- MS in Engineering (MSE)
- Awarded to students who have completed an engineering undergraduate degree
Required Supporting Documents
English Proficiency Requirements
- This program accepts the Graduate School's basic requirements as described on the English Proficiency Requirements page.
Master's Degree Program Requirements
- Cumulative Grade Point Average from most recently conferred undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree:
- 3.2 or equivalent (A=4.0)
- For individuals applying who have attended institutions of higher education outside of the United States, there is no need to convert GPA to the traditional 4.0 scale in the U.S. Rather, the admissions committee prefers to review GPA's in the original scale and format of the home institution.
Fall Spring Summer Priority application deadline: January 15 Contact Graduate Program Contact Graduate Program Final application deadline: July 1
Program Contact Information
Name Gerald Janecko Phone 765-494-3127 email@example.com Web Program Website Address Attention: Graduate Program Coordinator
Autonomous and Connected Systems
(Autonomy, IoT, Robotics)
Graduate Education, Dean's Office
Potter Engineering Center
500 Central Drive, Suite 308
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
- The Robotics/Interdisciplinary Engineering graduate program operates in the Professional Master's Program category at Purdue University. This on-campus program emphasizes preparation for an industry career as a technical leader, and thus is a non-research, non-thesis program. Robotics/Interdisciplinary Engineering is designed for early-career engineers and students joining directly from a bachelor program.