Through a technically challenging curriculum, hands-on learning, and industry co-op placements, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the algorithms, sensors, control systems, and mechanisms used in robotics to help you stand out in the field and make a transformative impact on society. The Boston area is a hub for robotics research and industry—including Amazon Robotics, Teradyne, and Bluefin Robotics. Northeastern is proud to play a large role in educating tomorrow's leaders in this emerging area. Cooperative education at Northeastern is another vital real-world learning opportunity for robotics students. You’ll spend your placement working in innovative industries ranging from technology to energy to automotives here in Boston and across the country. With cooperative education at the core of Northeastern, and more than 100 years of industry and research partnerships, you'll have a unique opportunity to gain real-world experience around the globe. Students in the MS in Robotics program have three concentrations from which to choose, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science. Note: Students in each concentration are subject to the policies and processes of the concentration’s respective department/college.