Students who study robotics learn how to design and operate robotic and mechatronic systems. The degree helps students develop advanced integrated engineering knowledge, important for success in the robotics industry. They may also learn how to manage robotic control systems, understand mechanics, applied electronics and machinery. Advanced mathematics is also an important component of the degree. Robotics students usually become skilled analysts and problem-solvers, who can take on a challenge and design a robotic answer to the puzzle. Graduates understand multiple computer languages and gain practical skills operating and programming industrial machinery, that can help with many careers in technology.