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Professional Certificate Program in Machine Learning Artificial Intelligence
This certificate guides participants through the latest advancements and technical approaches in artificial intelligence technologies such as natural language processing, predictive analytics, deep learning, and algorithmic methods to further your knowledge of this ever-evolving industry.
Awarded upon successful completion of four qualifying Short Programs courses in Professional Education, this certificate equips you with the best practices and actionable knowledge needed to put you and your organization at the forefront of the AI revolution.
Leading MIT faculty experts will guide participants through the latest breakthroughs in research, cutting-edge technologies, and best practices used for building effective AI-systems.
You may select any number of courses to take this year but all courses within the program must be completed within 36 months of your first qualifying course. Participants who have been accepted into the program prior to August 2019 are grandfathered in to the previous curriculum, which consists of four qualifying courses, including the required Machine Learning for Big Data and Text Processing courses.
Back to Top Note: MIT Professional Education – Short Programs is committed to providing a diverse and updated portfolio of Short Programs courses and reserves the right to change these course selections in future years.
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Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence, McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University
The Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence tuition for the 2019-20 academic year is $18,744 per quarter.
The total cost of the Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence degree is approximately $106,426, depending on needs for cost of living.
Students using financial aid to finance their graduate degree must comply with the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy to maintain eligibility.