Advanced Manufacturing
& Robotics

From the depths of our oceans to our vast outer space, advanced manufacturing and robotics is needed everywhere!

Laser cutters, 3D printers, robots and computer programs — making things is way cooler than it used to be.

With the help of the MIT Mobile Fab Lab, Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics lets you explore your technical interests without ever leaving your school. Get hands on, or should we say — robotic claws and gear changing arms on – and learn what combining technology and brainpower is all about!
For those with the interest and talent to bring technology and brainpower together, Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics may be just the career.

A variety of jobs exist in advanced manufacturing and robotics, and the MIT Mobile Fab Lab program can help you build your future path to wherever your interests and talents can take you. There is no cost to enroll in the program.*

*Nominal fees for software, lab and other coursework material fees may apply.
Be a part of job shadowing experiences and internships with local businesses
Learn hands on how to use leading-edge manufacturing techniques while solving real world problems
Prototype and test innovations to help real businesses solve their problems

4 year program

To obtain a certification in Advanced Manufacturing and Robotics, you will need to complete the courses below. It is recommended to take these courses in the order provided. As always, talk to you counselor to help you plan the best path for you.

Freshman Example
Sophmore Example
Junior Example
Senior Example
Senior Repeat Example
Senior Again Example

Jobs in this industry

- Data Management Specialist - Production Associate - Assembly Technician - Quality Specialist - Automation Engineer

Participating companies

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