Masters of Robotics vs. Masters of Computer Science?

I’ve wanted to work with robots since I started my undergrad and will be applying to some masters programs after graduation ๐Ÿ˜€ After looking at the types of jobs available for people with robotics masters degrees, most of them seem more computer science oriented though.. mostly involving machine learning and computer vision. My question boils down to this:

how competitive are Graduate students with Masters in Robotics versus Masters in Computer Science?

I’ve looked at the curricula of a few programs, and although a Masters in Computer Science can be more focused towards ML, a Masters in Robotics offers greater breadth with topics like motion planning and dynamics in addition to ML.

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