Brandeis University

    BUS 232F: Digital Fabrication with Robotics

    Instructor: International Business School Instructors
    Prerequisites: Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.
    Course Description: Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.<br>The goal of this course is for students to walk away with the ability to imagine a design and produce it in physical reality. Students will learn the fundamental underlying technologies in digital fabrication, 3D scanning, 3D design, and robotics. Through a combination of real world examples and hands-on experiences, students will learn to take a design from concept to reality. There will be a focus on literacy of underlying technologies: how things work, what their limitations are, why they fail, and how to troubleshoot or design around those limitations.<br>Instructor: Ian Roy<br><b>PLEASE NOTE: This is a Graduate Level class. Undergraduates who are interested in this course should contact Karen Muise at the Brandeis International Business School - email: kmuise@brandeis.edu.</b>
    Session: Session II
    Day: M
    Time: 1:50pm - 4:50pm
    Credit Hours: 2 Credits
    Course Format: On-Campus Course for Summer 2022
    Brandeis Graduation Requirement Fulfilled:
    Enrollment Limit: 12 students
    Course Classification: Available for Graduate Credit
    Course Tuition: $1,695
    Course Fees: None
    Open to High School Students: No