The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded
a grant of $870,521 to Baltimore City Community College to develop
a robotics technology curriculum (RTC) with the support from
Morgan State University, Pace University, Carnegie Mellon University,
Community College at Baltimore County, Juxtopia, and Lockheed
Martin Corporation. The funds will be primarily used to support
students financially and setup a state-of-the-art robotics laboratory
Why should I study robotics?
Robotics is a technology that is in high demand in the private,
governmental, and military sectors. Industry analysts expect
the total robot OEM sales revenue, initially dominated by heavy
industrial robots, to show strong growth which increases the
career opportunities for people trained in robotics technology.
Why should I come to BCCC to study robotics?
The reasons are:
The robotics technology curriculum (RTC) is sponsored by US
National Science Foundation.
Scholarships/assistantships will be awarded to RTC students
with good academic performance.
RTC students can transfer to Morgan State University to pursue
BS degree in engineering with the concentration in robotics.
BCCC houses a state-of-the-art robotics laboratory.
BCCC has a diversified student body.
BCCC RTC graduates may get job or intern opportunities at RTC
What should I do now?
Contact BCCC RTC as soon as possible.
Submit BCCC admission application.
Take mathematics, technology and physics courses in your current