The Master of Science with a major in artificial intelligence gives students skills and knowledge that help them qualify for jobs in the desirable and up-and-coming field of artificial intelligence. This face-to-face program is interdisciplinary, which allows students from varying engineering and computer science programs to specialize in AI as it relates to their interests.
The Master of Science with a major in artificial intelligence requires courses that include bridge courses, core courses, and courses in a chosen concentration. Students can choose between two master’s degree options:
Option A: Thesis option (30 hours that include 6 hours of thesis). Leveling and internship courses cannot be counted.
Option B: Course option (33 hours). Leveling and internship courses cannot be counted.
Students will choose from one of the concentration areas.
- Machine Learning
- Biomedical Engineering
- Autonomous Systems
All graduate students pursuing the MS with a major in artificial intelligence must create their degree plan in consultation with their advisor.