Machine Learning

Machine Learning

Machine Learning is one of the most important growth areas within engineering and computational disciplines. This program provides students with a strong academic background in machine learning and prepares them for a career as a Machine Learning Engineer or similar position. To accomplish this, the program offers a strong theoretical and practical background in how machine learning algorithms are designed, implemented, and applied to modern problems.

The program uses courses that are regularly offered within the College of Engineering. These courses all include face-to-face offerings and several courses regularly offer online sections. The program does allow graduate co-op to be an optional component.

Graduate

  • Master's (MS)
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