B.S. in Robotics
What will I study as a robotics major?
Biola's robotic degree program offers small class sizes, engaging instruction from our exceptional faculty, and hands-on learning will create the perfect environment for you to learn and refine your skills in mathematics, computer programming, physics, algorithmic thinking and technical problem-solving. Your education in robotics will be well-rounded as you will study courses like:
- Embedded Systems
- Programming of Mobile Robots
- Artificial Intelligence
- Control Systems
- Computer Aided Engineering Design (including SolidWorks and PCB Design)
- Two semesters of Design/Robotics Capstone experience to engage fourth-year students in applying their knowledge and skills to solve culminating, open-ended and complex problems in their area of interest.
Bible and Theology Coursework
As part of Biola’s commitment to a biblically centered education, most undergraduate students complete 30 credits of biblical and theological studies as a part of their degree program. Learn more about our Bible and theology core.
Career Outlook and Preparation
What can you do with a Bachelor of Science in Robotics?
A degree in robotics will open the door to an array of job opportunities with top employers like Northrop Grumman, Honeywell, Johnson & Johnson and the U.S. government. The training you receive will equip you to step into a variety of roles such as:
- Robotics Engineer
- Control Engineer
- Automation Engineer
- Mechanical Design Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Validation Engineer
- Design Engineer
- Applications Engineer
- Graduate studies in robotics, control engineering or applied mathematics
10% job growth
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for industrial engineers is projected to be faster than average between 2021 and 2031.
BLS projections are not specific to Biola University students or graduates.
Schedule a Visit
Learn more about this program by attending an upcoming event for prospective students and parents, or by scheduling a personalized visit.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Attaining a degree from Biola is more affordable than you might think — dramatically lower than the “sticker price” in most cases — with 100% of incoming undergraduate students receiving some form of financial aid.
Associate Professor of Computer Science
- Ph.D. Control and Dynamic Systems, California Institute of Technology
- M.S. Electrical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
- B.S. Computer Science and Physics, SUNY Fredonia
Program Chair of Physics and Engineering
- Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada
- M.Eng., Electrical Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- B.Eng., Information and Control Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science
- Ph.D., Brown University
- M.Div., Logos Evangelical Seminary
- B.S., National Taiwan University