The Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence at the University of North Texas is the only standalone Artificial Intelligence MS in Texas and one of few in the United States. This interdisciplinary degree allows students from science, technology, engineering, and math disciplines to leverage their existing skillset and experience by combining it with AI knowledge.
Students in this program will take 6 hours of bridge courses and 15 hours of core courses to help them build necessary programming skills and provide a solid foundation in artificial intelligence. Students then choose a concentration in biomedical engineering, machine learning, or autonomous systems.
A degree in artificial intelligence will prepare you for jobs in a desirable and up-and-coming field. This face-to-face program is interdisciplinary, so students with backgrounds in science, engineering, math, and computer science will take bridging courses, core courses related to AI, and courses that specifically relate to their chosen concentration, allowing them to specialize in AI as it relates to their interests.
The Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence at UNT will prepare students to analyze and interpret data and apply it to their respective disciplines, making them highly marketable to employers. Graduates of this program will have a solid understanding of fundamentals in AI, machine learning, and big data.
To be eligible for admission into the Artificial Intelligence Master’s program, students should meet the following requirements.
Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher in previous university coursework
Coursework in statistics or linear algebra and programming experience using languages like C++, Java, Python, R, or Matlab
GRE score of 160+ on the quantitative section. Students with GPAs of 3.5 or higher are not required to submit GRE scores.
TOEFL score of 79 or IELTS score of 6.0. Full requirements for English language proficiency are online at admissions.unt.edu/international/English-language-requirements.
Students are required to submit transcripts, GRE scores (if required), and proof of English language proficiency (if international); resumes are optional.