Master of Science in Intelligent Robotic Systems
Intelligent Robotic Systems is an emerging area of interdisciplinary engineering that
combines theory and techniques from the fields of Intelligent Systems and Robotics
to design machines with self-autonomy. This degree program provides the educational
needs of the next generation of Intelligent Robotic Systems Engineers. The emphasis
of this program is on systems by focusing more broadly on the integration of Robotics
with Intelligent Systems rather than a narrow concentration in any discipline. This
systems level focus enables STEM students without a background in Robotics or Intelligent
Systems to join the program easily.
- A fully online degree with a one-year timeline to graduation. The thirty-credit hour
curriculum can be completed in five terms; each term will be seven weeks in duration
(eight-week terms in the summer).
- Students from most STEM undergraduate degrees (math, physics, other engineering discipline,
etc.) are accepted.
- Students without the requisite engineering background will take non-credit Bridge
Modules through the College of Graduate and Professional Education either before joining
the program or in parallel with their regular coursework.
Graduates can apply their new knowledge in a variety of industries including aerospace,
automotive, biomedical, energy, manufacturing, transportation, and robotics.
- Online Graduate Application -There is a non-refundable $60 application fee.
- Transcripts - Official transcripts from EACH College and/or University you have attended. Must be in a sealed envelope from the
institution or sent electronically from the institution directly to email@example.com.
- Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements in order to be admitted into
the MSc degree program in Intelligent Robotic Systems:
- An earned BSc degree from a regionally accredited college or university in science,
technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM).
- An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or greater. If the undergraduate GPA is less than 3.0,
some additional coursework may be required and the graduate program committee may
need to approve the application, on individual evaluation.
- Official GRE scores meeting the current admission profile: 150 (450 on old scale)
Verbal and 148 (600 on old scale) Quantitative. Applicants with lower scores may be
accepted provisionally requiring additional preparatory course work.
- GRE Test scores may be waived if an applicant has:
- Four or more years of relevant work experience earned after receiving their first
baccalaureate degree or
- a 3.5 undergraduate GPA or better.
- To request a GRE waiver, send a letter outlining your work experience or a current
resume to the program coordinator.
- A minimum TOEFL or IELTS score is required for international students.
- TOEFL: Computer Based composite score > 213 and Internet Based composite score > 80
- IELTS: 6.5 Overall
- Holders of other than STEM degrees may, based on individual evaluation, be required
to take some transition courses in order to be accepted.
- At least two letters of recommendation (professional and academic) are required if
the undergraduate GPA is less than 3.0 or the minimum GRE scores are not met.
International students should plan to have all documents in at least one month before
the published deadline for their selected program. For English information regarding
a proficiency-exam waiver, please refer to https://graduate.kennesaw.edu/admissions/docs/ELTWaiver.pdf.
International students should consult the Graduate Admissions website for additional