It's estimated that artificial intelligence (AI) could contribute over $15trillion to the global economy by 2030 (1). Major industries such as healthcare, financial services, entertainment, manufacturing and retail all offer significant and growing employment opportunities in AI. A wealth of career opportunities await highly qualified and talented graduates with expertise in AI design, development and deployment.
The University of Bolton's MSc in Artificial Intelligence is an ideal choice for graduates with a computing or software engineering background. Our expert team will support you in developing wide-ranging knowledge of AI methods and techniques, along with strong practical skills in applying these technologies. We'll cover essential areas, including machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, and natural language processing (NLP).
While studying at our town centre campus in the North of England, you'll explore the latest methodologies and development techniques based on industry standards. Our expert team will support you in developing a detailed understanding of specialised and advanced AI topics, emphasising deep learning. Our dedicated tutors will promote lifelong learning skills, creativity and critical thinking so you're ready to adapt as the AI industry evolves throughout your career.
We'll use realistic scenarios developed with industry partners to test your skills and understanding. During the course, you'll build a coursework portfolio demonstrating your ability to solve technical issues, develop proposals, and write reports. This vital experience will help prepare you for a successful postgraduate career.
Interpersonal and transferable skills are also vital, so we'll challenge you to develop sought-after communication, problem-solving, analytical, self-management, and decision-making skills. Our dedicated team will focus on helping you gain the skills employers value and a detailed understanding of the technologies and methods underpinning AI.
(1) https://www.pwc.com/gx/en/issues/data-and-analytics/publications/artificial-intelligence-study.html accessed on 22 October 2022