Study at the leading edge of neural networking, machine learning, data mining, natural language, information retrieval and computer vision, and help shape the future of areas as diverse as health, business, security and driverless transport.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is impacting the future of industry across the globe, and Master of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) offers you the chance to develop advanced skills and knowledge in a field with strong growth potential.
IELTS: 6 TOEFL: 72
Flinders Master of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) is designed to give you the practical skills to take advantage of the rise in Artificial Intelligence in multiple industries, and the ongoing integration of AI into the everyday objects around us (the Internet of Things (IoT)).
You’ll study AI, functional and logic programming languages including various experimental languages (e.g. the functional logic programming language Curry), and have the opportunity to work on research projects relating to new paradigms for programming languages, neural networks, machine learning, language learning and more.
Applicants must normally hold a bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in computer science, information technology, ICT-based engineering or a closely related discipline or hold the Graduate Diploma in Computer Science.
Applicants who hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent qualification in behavioural science or psychology, which includes a major in artificial intelligence or computer science, are also eligible to apply.
Knowledge of second year information technology is assumed.
International students must satisfy our English language proficiency requirements for admission. If your first language is not English you will need to have:
Annual fees: $35,500
A forward-thinking, industry-driven degree, Master of Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) will see you graduate fully prepared for careers in areas such as public and private agencies, start-up companies and consultancies. Career opportunities extend beyond the computing industry into intelligent transport and logistics, buildings and infrastructure, health, aerospace and defence.
Potential occupations include:
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