Postgraduate study
Computing & Web

MSc Artificial Intelligence*

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly important in developments in all parts of business and society. The School has active research groups in machine learning and intelligent systems, and AI related modules.

Course information

Full-time

  • within 1 year (September start), 16 months (January start) or 2 years with advanced practice (September or January start)

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2019 entry

Part-time

  • Up to 3 years (can be completed in 2 years if preferred)

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2019 entry

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Further information

  • Facilities

    Computing and Web

    Teesside has fantastic state-of-the-art facilities for web and computing students including a wide range of web, multimedia, network and programming studios. This environment prepares students for work in industry by promoting team work and the use of case studies, problem solving and methods such as peer programming.

 

The course gives you specialist skills in artificial intelligence, opening the door to a range of careers. You will develop strong theoretical and technical knowledge and skills including a thorough grounding in data analytics and specialist skills in artificial intelligence, which will provide the directly transferable skills for a career in the field of AI.

You will explore state-of-the-art technologies, concepts and theories, supported by a thriving active research community. You will develop specialist knowledge and experience in the development of intelligent systems. Topics studied will include machine learning, A I Programming, research and statistical methods and data analytics.The distinctive nature of the award is the close integration with our AI and Machine Learning research groups coupled with the opportunity for an internship and a highly supportive environment, particularly for international students.The course also provides you with directly transferable skills for a career in a range of industries from the finance sector to healthcare to automotives, as well as progression opportunities to PhD research

There are three routes you can choose from to gain an MSc Artificial Intelligence:

full-time - 2 years with advanced practice (September and January start)
full-time - 1 year (September start) or 16 months (January start)
part-time - 2 years.

Course structure

Modules for this course will appear here soon.

Modules offered may vary.

Career opportunities

In recent years, careers in artificial intelligence (AI) have grown significantly to meet the demands of digitally transformed industries. There are plenty of jobs in artificial intelligence, however coupled with that is a significant shortage of top tech talent with the necessary skills, ie there will be a skills shortage in this field leading to increased demand for talented individuals with this skillset.

Careers in AI include business intelligence developer, data scientists, AI developer and big data engineers.

Throughout your course we offer a wide range of business networking opportunities for you to extend your knowledge of the industry and show case your skills, enhancing your opportunity of securing your dream job. We host events such as:-

ExpoTees our end of course showcase of graduate work which attracts over 150 business partners each year, these are businesses who are looking for the emerging talent in the digital fields.

Drawing on our extensive industry links we invite guest speakers in your field to present to our students. Throughout your course we bring in industry speakers to ensure that you develop your knowledge of the industry that you plan to build your career in. In addition to covering technical subjects these speakers provide an insight into what employers are looking for in their employees, from technical to professional skills.

Entry requirements

You will normally have a first degree in related discipline (2.2 minimum) or relevant experience or equivalent qualifications.

In addition, international students will require IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.

For additional information please see the entry requirements in our admissions section

International applicants can find out what qualifications they need by visiting Your Country

Health conditions requiring adjustments

For this particular course, you may need to undertake an occupational health or work-based risk assessment check. If you have a disability, specific learning difficulty, mental health condition, autism spectrum condition, sensory impairment or medical condition that may require reasonable adjustments during an external placement, in the university or in a clinical practice area, this must be declared as part of the enrolment process. If you are unsure you can contact the relevant admissions or course tutor for guidance.

* Subject to University approval

Course information

Full-time

  • within 1 year (September start), 16 months (January start) or 2 years with advanced practice (September or January start)

More full-time details

2019 entry

Part-time

  • Up to 3 years (can be completed in 2 years if preferred)

More part-time details

2019 entry

Contact details

Further information