MS Artificial Intelligence

Program Introduction

Overview

Over the past ten years, we’ve seen dramatic progress in the rise of artificial intelligence and its use in the development of systems that can reason and respond to increasingly complex situations. Quite simply, AI is everywhere and the change brought about by these technologies has just begun. As AI moves from idea to implementation, it is clear that future intelligent systems will be designed to partner with, rather than replace or even augment, human users.

Stemming from this growth in artificial intelligence technology is an increasing demand for individuals who can create AI systems embedded in practical settings that function alongside and in conjunction with human beings.

The Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence program aims to serve this demand by producing students who have exceptional technical skills and also understand the nature of the human environments in which the systems they build will be deployed. Our goal is to educate and train students in all aspects of how the emerging technologies of machine intelligence can be designed and deployed to interact and integrate with human partners.

Program Details

2 Years

Admission criteria

A prospective applicant to an MS/M Phil or 18 Years equivalent program must have:

  1. BS (SE/CS/IT/EE/CE/ECE/DS) or BS in Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Electronics, Space Science (16 Years of education) or BE in any engineering discipline from HEC and PEC (where applicable) recognized Institute/University or from Foreign Institute/University of good repute. Students may be required to take additional undergraduate deficiency courses where necessary.
  2. Minimum 60% marks in the previous degree in the case of the annual system or 2.0/4.0 CGPA in case of semester system with no more than one-second division throughout the academic career.
  3. No third division in an entire academic career.
  4. Pass the following:
    i. HEC (HAT) / GAT NTS (General) (at least 50%) / UMT Graduate Admission Test; (at least 60%)
    ii. Admission Interview by UMT Graduate Admission Committee
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