This Masters program provides students with a broad range of Artificial Intelligence (AI) topics ranging from foundations to state-of-the-art technologies and applications.
CRICOS code 0101783
Duration (Full Time) 2 Years
2024 Course Fees
Intake Dates March, July
Students Only available to international students
Faculty School of Computer, Data
and Mathematical Sciences
Students will learn how AI is driving digital disruption, how to work in this dynamic and fast evolving field, and how it is changing every facet of life and society.
This course focuses on the most important and up to date AI topics and trends including but not limited to: intelligent agents, machine learning, knowledge representation and reasoning, natural language understanding and processing, AI ethics and governance, as well as relevant specialisation areas in computing and data sciences.
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Undergraduate degree in Information Technology, Information Systems or Computer Science or equivalent. Degrees in other disciplines containing at least 8 units in Information Technology or other relevant disciplines such as data science, engineering, communications technology, may also be eligible OR
Undergraduate degree in any discipline AND at least one-year full-time equivalent work experience in Information Technology, Information Systems or Computer Science or other relevant work experience