The University of North Carolina at Charlotte's (UNCC) robotics program offers undergraduate and graduate programs in computer engineering, interactive programming, software development, software systems, artificial intelligence, computer science, electrical engineering and engineering technology, mechanical engineering and engineering technology, and physics. Students pursuing a Bachelor's degree in computer science, electrical engineering/engineering technology, or mechanical engineering/engineering technology can choose a specialized area of study to focus on. Computer science concentration options include AI, Robotics, and Gaming; Software Engineering, Cybersecurity, Data Science; Human-Computer Interaction; Software, Systems, and Networks; and Web and Mobile Applications. Electrical and mechanical engineering technology students can select a concentration in Applied Energy or Electromechanical Systems, while electrical engineering students can select Power and Energy Systems as an area of focus. Mechanical engineering students can choose Motorsports Engineering as a concentration.
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