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any school provides AI or machine learning Bachelor program
#1
I want to learn something instead of just getting a Bachelor degree. I'm not sure it's easy or difficult to pass such program. I checked the big 3 schools but it looks like they don't provide machine learning or AI program.

Anyone knows that I could learn the latest technologies program somewhere like TESU or WGU?

Thanks

Some universities do have this program, but it's hard to enroll and too expensive.
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#2
I don't know anyone who "just gets a bachelors degree" without learning anything.
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#3
(05-17-2018, 01:43 PM)MNomadic Wrote: I don't know anyone who "just gets a bachelors degree" without learning anything.

Sorry, what I meant is to carefully learning something instead of just pass the exam.
No offense to anyone.
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#4
The closest thing you'll find to that at the undergrad level is a BS in Data Science and, next closest, would be a BA/BS in Computer Science.

Machine learning and AI are, respectively, subsets of those areas.
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#5
or maybe a BS in Mathematics or BS in Applied Math

see if this interests you
https://www.wgu.edu/online-it-degrees/da...ogram.html

https://m.wgu.edu/content/dam/western-go...BSDMDA.pdf
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#6
If I were you, I would think about taking classes that interest you, and then seeing if there's a place they might fit into a degree plan. Those aren't degrees, but just courses you can take.
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#7
I know it doesn't help now, but the online MSCS at Georgia Tech is both affordable and has Interactive Intelligence and Machine Learning specializations.



https://www.omscs.gatech.edu/program-inf...alizations
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(05-17-2018, 05:27 PM)davewill Wrote: I know it doesn't help now, but the online MSCS at Georgia Tech is both affordable and has Interactive Intelligence and Machine Learning specializations.



https://www.omscs.gatech.edu/program-inf...alizations


Thanks Dave. but I'm not qualified for that program.
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#9
I sincerely believe specializations like AI, Machine Learning should be at Graduate level. I believe a Bachelor degree in Comp Sci will provide the foundations, and you specialize at Masters level.
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#10
As per my earlier post in this thread: https://www.degreeforum.net/mybb/Thread-...-on-Resume
I am/was planning on doing a BSBA + BALS NSM (concentration in Comp Sci/Math/Engineering). But the LDAS peaked my interest, I might go for a TESU BS LDAS in AI, Machine Learning Development by taking similar courses mentioned in the thread. I am doing a spreadsheet right now and should be done later today, and will submit it too.
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