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MS in Artificial Intelligence

Areas of specialization include automated reasoning, cognitive modeling, neural networks, genetic algorithms, expert databases, expert systems, knowledge representation, logic programming, and natural-language processing.

Applicants must include a completed application form, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts, Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores, and a sample of your scholarly writing on any subject (in English).

We are looking for students with a strong preparation in one or more relevant background areas (psychology, philosophy, linguistics, computer science, logic, engineering, or the like), a demonstrated ability to handle all types of academic work (from humanities to mathematics), and an excellent command of written and spoken English.

courses and seminars in artificial intelligence programming techniques, computational intelligence, logic and logic programming, natural-language processing, and knowledge-based systems;

There is a final examination covering the program of study and a defense of the written thesis.  For further information on course and thesis requirements, please visit the Course &

AI students have regular access to PCs running current Windows technology, and a wireless network is available for students with laptops and other devices.

Assistantships require approximately 13-15 hours of work per week and permit the holder to carry a full academic program of graduate work.

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