The master’s degree in Nanotechnology prepares students for this profession with a solid foundation in the three technical core areas: Nanofabrication, Devices and Properties, and Biotechnology; as well as Commercialization, and Societal Impacts of Technology. Courses are offered by the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Wharton School.
The master’s program in Robotics is a unique program administered by Penn’s General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Laboratory, recognized as one of the nation’s premier research centers. Multi-disciplinary in scope, the program provides an ideal foundation for what today’s experts in robotics and intelligent systems need to know — from artificial intelligence, computer vision, control systems, dynamics, and machine learning to design, programming and prototyping of robotic systems.
Graduate program in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics is an in-depth, hands-on approach to graduate study, centering on the areas of biophysics, mechanics of materials, fluid mechanics, design, manufacturing, robotics, thermal sciences, and energy conversion.