Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Advisor Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2021-22 Catalog Program of Study: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, AAS-T

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, AAS-T

This degree will prepare graduates to work in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence application development. The program will provide students with the knowledge and skills to design, implement, and analyze basic machine learning and embedded systems that run robotics and AI applications. The program also introduces students to the science of computer vision and the fundamentals of robotics control systems. Lastly, students will learn to use 3D printing to develop and test prototypes. For more information, check program’s website.

Learning Outcomes

  • Communicate effectively in the three areas of listening, writing and speaking
  • Apply critical thinking and logical research to solve technological problems
  • Apply basic statistical methods, and time series analysis and forecasting to solve robotics and artificial intelligence programming problems.
  • Apply the basics of Python programming language to solve analytical, statistical problems related to machine learning
  • Model, design, and analyze embedded system hardware and software architectures and communication protocols
  • Design, develop and test control systems for robotics applications based on machine vision
  • Apply 3D printing techniques to build models and prototypes

Program Eligibility

Technical and math credits must not be more than 5 years old. Math classes more than 5 years old may be accepted based on math placement test results (see Program Advisor).

Degree Requirements

One of the courses selected must fulfill the Diversity Degree Requirement of Bellevue College.

Core Coursework

Course NameCRTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
BUSIT 103 - SQL Fundamentals 5 CR
DBA 130 - Database Theory 5 CR
ENGL& 101 - English Composition I 5 CR
IT 103 - Networking Basics 5 CR
IT 128 - Information Security Essentials 5 CR
IT 223 - Using & Supporting Linux 5 CR
NSCOM 231 - Introduction to Cloud Architecture and Services 5 CR
PROG 108 - Introduction to Scripting 5 CR
PROG 120 - Object Oriented Programming Concepts 5 CR
PROG 160 - Systems Analysis & Design 5 CR
PROG 260 - Data Structures and Algorithms 5 CR
ROBAI 101 - Intro to Robotics & Artificial Intelligence 5 CR
ROBAI 240 - Programming for Machine Learning 5 CR
ROBAI 260 - Computer Vision in Control Systems 5 CR


Choose 5 credits from the following:

Course NameCRTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
ENGL 201 - The Research Paper 5 CR
ENGL& 235 - Technical Writing 5 CR


Choose 5 credits from the following:

Course NameCRTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
CMST 250 - Communication in a Diverse Workplace 5 CR
  • Any other Humanities course meeting the Diversity Degree Requirement 5 CR
  • Quantitative

    Choose 5 credits from the following:

    Course NameCRTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    MATH 138 - College Algebra for Business & Social Science 5 CR
    MATH& 141 - Precalculus I 5 CR

    Natural Science

    Choose 5-6 credits from the following:

    Course NameCRTerm TakenGradeGen Ed
    PHYS 109 - Science for Information Technology 6 CR
  • Any lab science from the AAS-DTA transfer list 5-6 CR
  • Grand Total: 90-91 credits