Robotics & Autonomous Systems (RAS) shape technology innovation in the 21st century, underpinning research in a wide range of challenging areas
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length, and cost, visit the UCL prospectus site.
Students undertake modules to the value of 180 credits, which comprises four core modules (60 credits), four optional/ elective modules (60 credits), and a research project/ dissertation (60 credits).
Students take 60 credits of compulsory modules.
- Robot Vision and Navigation (COMP0130) (15 credits)
- Robotic Control Theory and Systems (COMP0128) (15 credits)
- Robotic Sensing, Manipulation and Interaction (COMP0129) (15 credits)
- Robotic Systems Engineering (COMP0127) (15 credits)
Students select a minimum of 15 credits and maximum of 60 credits from the programme's optional modules.
- Image Processing (COMP0026) (15 credits)
- Introduction to Machine Learning (COMP0088) (15 credits)
- Inverse Problems in Imaging (COMP0114) (15 credits)
- Machine Learning for Visual Computing (COMP0169) (15 credits)
- Machine Vision (COMP0137) (15 credits)
- Multi-agent Artificial Intelligence (COMP0124) (15 credits)
- Numerical Optimisation (COMP0120) (15 credits)
- Sensors and Location (CEGE0095) (15 credits)
Students select a maximum of 45 credits from the programme's elective modules.
- Affective Computing and Human-Robot Interaction (COMP0053) (15 credits)
- Computational Modelling for Biomedical Imaging (COMP0118) (15 credits)
- Computer-Assisted Surgery and Therapy (MPHY0026) (15 credits)
- Introduction to Deep Learning (COMP0090) (15 credits)
- Perception and Interfaces (COMP0160) (15 credits)
- Reinforcement Learning (COMP0089) (15 credits)
- Virtual Environments (COMP0113) (15 credits)
The availability of optional and elective modules may vary, depending on your selection.
Students undertake an independent or team-based research project worth 60 credits. The project will be related to a problem of industrial interest or a topic near the leading edge of research, and culminates in a dissertation.
- MSc Robotics and Computation Dissertation (COMP0132) (60 credits)
- MSc Robotics and Computation Group Dissertation (subject to approval) (60 credits)