“Carnegie Mellon University and the School of Computer Science again chart a new path in robotics education with our Bachelor of Science in Robotics,” said Martial Hebert, dean of the School of Computer Science and a professor of robotics. Our graduates will be in demand for important roles in industry and highly desirable for further research opportunities.”CMU’s Bachelor of Science in Robotics is the first undergraduate robotics degree offered by a leading computer science program. In 1989, the Robotics Institute launched the first robotics Ph.D. program in the world. The Robotics Institute now offers its Ph.D. program, three master’s degrees, an undergraduate minor and an additional major in robotics. More information about the Bachelor of Science in Robotics program is available on the Robotics Institute’s academic programs website.