Note: This program will be available beginning with the Fall 2024 semester.
Harness the power of AI to help advance society with a degree in computer science (artificial intelligence concentration).
Computer science is an essential part of our lives. From smartphones to autonomous vehicles, the computer-enabled objects around us shape the way we communicate, travel, work, and play. Computer scientists, sometimes called computer programmers, are professionals who work closely with software developers and engineers to apply logic, creative thinking, and analytical skills to write, test, debug, modify and maintain the codes that computers use to function. Due to constant advances in technology, computer scientists need to stay current with the latest trends such as artificial intelligence, big data analytics, and virtual and augmented reality.
- Computer Scientists employ a wide range of knowledge and skills, including analytical thinking, algorithms, and computer programming when developing solutions to complex problems.
- Modern software development commonly employs Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics techniques to provide advanced capabilities to technical solutions across all industries.
- Graduates of the program can continue their education with a Master of Science in Information Systems.
Why Study Artificial Intelligence?
The widespread adoption of Artificial Intelligence techniques has seen significant growth since 2010 when computing power advanced to the point where AI techniques could be performed in real-time. As AI continues to evolve, it will revolutionize the way our society functions and impact our personal and professional lives, making daily tasks and work more efficient.
The Computer Science bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence is a 120-hour program that prepares programmers to incorporate AI tools, including machine learning, deep learning, machine perception, and other AI-related technologies into their products or solutions.
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
This program is pending HLC approval.
Baker College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission / 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604-1411 / 800-621-7440 / www.hlccommission.org.
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This program is offered online.
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Core courses for this degree program are not offered on campus.
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Courses for this degree program are available through Baker Online.
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