Abstract: In this paper, Robot Design and Practice course is established for college-level robot education. MyRIO and LabVIEW, which are often applied in the industry, are combined and proposed as core equipment of this course. This technology-based course is designed for fields of engineering and technology at the University of Technology. Course indicators are provided in the Delphi questionnaire, which is drafted based on literature research, expert consultations, and interviews. Four indicator dimensions are presented for chapter titles, 21 first-level course indicators for section titles, and 62 second-level course indicators for lesson titles. Analytic hierarchy process is utilized to design the time arrangement for each chapter. Four types of robots are proposed and constructed to demonstrate hardware and software integration. Practice and implementation represent major concepts of this course development design. The course also aims to provide students taking the concept of robot design and practical integration ability. Keywords: robot, course, development, education, industry.