The curriculum centers on robotics engineering and technology, integrates with the University's  existing teacher resources and courses, connects with relevant industries, and is characterized by robotic science and technology research and development, talent cultivation, and industry-university cooperation. Relevant courses are as follow:

  • Sensing and Intelligent Systems(3 credits)

  • Mechanism(3 credits)

  • Introduction to Micro Electro Mechanical Systems(3 credits)

  • Human Neuromechanics(3 credits)

  • Occupational Biomechanics(3 credits)

  • Nonlinear Control System(3 credits)

  • Microfluidic System and Applications(3 credits)

  • Robotics(3 credits)

  • Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing(3 credits)

  • Introduction to Micro/Nanotechnology(3 credits)

  • Biochip and Chip Based Diagnosis(3 credits)

  • Mechatronics Design and Practice(3 credits)