Interested in developing solutions that improve how people work, play, and learn? Our robotics-focused degree will help you bridge business principles, human-centered design, and robotics fundamentals like navigation, manipulation, and mobility. Graduates of the MSTI (Robotics Track) will be well-equipped to pursue product management, design, validation, and testing roles in:
- Product-oriented self-driving car teams (e.g., automotive and self-driving vehicle industries).
- Human-collaborative warehousing robotics development (e.g., major shipping and fulfillment centers).
- Medical/rehab robotics design (e.g., remote surgery and other uses that combine robotics with AI and machine learning).
“Growth in robotics today is concentrated on collaborative robotic systems which work closely with humans, everywhere from the warehouse to the operating room,” said Blake Hannaford, technical director, GIX. “Our program is the first to add an extensive user research focus and other broad components to more typical robotics topics, such as autonomous manipulation and navigation. Our graduates will be able to implement, test, and tune robotic solutions on real hardware with ROS (the current state-of-the-art robotics middleware), but will also understand the broader business context.”
Simon DiMaio, Director of Applied Research at Intuitive Surgical
Connected Devices Track
Learn how to analyze a market opportunity, design and build a working prototype, and propose a business model for connected devices and systems that address challenges across a variety of fields such as global health manufacturing, conservation, and education. Learn about managing data, signal processing, senors, and circuits to develop innovative devices fueling the growth of the internet of things.
The program prepares students for roles in rapid-growth fields like product development, software management, and technology
- AI and Machine Learning Specialists
- User Experience and Human-Machine Interaction Designers
- Blockchain Specialists
- Software Engineers
- Product Designers and Design Technologists
GIX grads start careers in a diverse set of roles and industries
The interdisciplinary, project-based nature of GIX graduate programs opens the door to a variety of potential career paths, positioning graduates for success across a broad range of roles and industries.Meet our graduates
MSTI students are poised for success high-impact technology fields
Graduates of the GIX program are thriving in the tech sector, with 95% of cohort one students securing jobs within six months of graduation.Learn more about careers after GIX
New specialist roles in emerging technologies are in demand
There’s an accelerating demand for new roles that leverage the emerging technologies our students use, such as robotics, connected devices, IoT, AI, machine learning, blockchain, and AR/VR.Read more about the demand for IoT talent
Brad Smith, President of Microsoft