Integrated Bachelor's Master's in Computer ScienceConcentration in Artificial Intelligence

No other contemporary scientific development so clearly delineates the unmistakable border between the past and the future as the recent advances in artificial intelligence. AI represents a true frontier; now that it is here, nothing will remain the same, and in a world transformed by this nearly-miraculous feat of science and engineering, the only constant will be change.

Professionals versed in the fundamentals of AI will soon be sought across business and industry, their knowledge and skills required by private and public interests alike. From production and programming to integration and interaction, experts will be needed to help guide and support every aspect of this technological revolution.

What is an Integrated Bachelor's-Master's Program?

Did you know that at LTU, you have the opportunity to earn both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Computer Science all in just five years? This helps prepare you for a PhD or helps you get a head start in your industry career with a higher salary.

Why LTU?

  • Curriculum: The degree program merges multiple disciplines with computer science incorporating mathematics and statistics with potential for further integration with cognitive psychology providing a comprehensive understanding of AI. This allows students to gain an integrated understanding of AI systems, their development, and their implications.
  • Real-World Applications and Projects: LTU offers students the opportunity to engage in practical applications of AI technologies from text applications to robotics.
  • Innovation and Research Opportunities: Unique Bachelor's degree programs in AI often offer extensive research opportunities incorporated into the course with our Course-based Research Experiences (CRE) . Students gain experience with the research process and are encouraged to publish their work, attend conferences, or even develop their own AI start-ups. Many do present their work at our annual Research Day held in April of each year.
  • Strong Ethical and Societal Impact Focus: The degree program  provides a strong focus on the ethical implications of AI, teaching students to develop and use AI responsibly. Courses discuss topics like bias in AI, privacy issues, and the potential impacts of AI on employment and society.

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