I 100% agree with Webbot. I always thought of robotics as more about programming than mechanics. I consider AI and robotics as two sides of the same coin; a non-mechanical, but autonomous AI is more "robotic" than a complex, remote-operated machine, in my opinion (some will probably disagree with me).
Anyway, some universities offer what is called a Computer Engineering B.S. Degree. This sounds similar to a BSEECS (abstract "computer" knowledge + pragmatic engineering skills). Good thing about all these degrees are that they're general, you could get any computer/IT/EE job with one of them or specialize afterward, etc.