Specialization in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

If you’re interested in computer science, or are already working in the field, but need more skills to advance your career or add to your resume, an Undergraduate Specialization in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics might be for you.

CSU Global’s comprehensive curriculum in this lucrative area prepares you for a career in robotics and AI, with the following learning outcomes:

  • Identify principles associated with search methods in artificial intelligence.
  • Evaluate the effects of uncertainty in a probabilistic setting, using artificial intelligence techniques.
  • Analyze technical mechanisms used to deconstruct an image for modeling.
  • Apply techniques that can be used to control a robot in a given environment.
  • Demonstrate the ability to model factors that can influence a robot’s path.

Computer science specialists who understand AI and robotics principles are being sought after with increased frequency in a wide variety of industries, both public and private.

Courses In This Specialization

This program consists of five lower-division courses, for a total of 15 credit hours.