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Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence

Earn your Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence

The recent impact of Artificial Intelligence in a wide range of industries has been made possible by advancement in Machine Learning techniques. The Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence is aimed at preparing professionals who need to handle the growing demands in analyzing digital information for predicting, visualizing, and implementing cutting-edge AI techniques such as artificial neural networks and deep learning.

Students have the option to use the coursework from their graduate certificate to continue in a Master of Science degree program offered by Graduate Programs in Software.

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How to earn a graduate certificate

Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence Requirements

To complete the Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence, you must complete the following four required SEIS graduate courses (12 graduate semester credits) with a GPA of 2.7 or higher. Students will be expected to have a prior background in Python or take SEIS 603 Foundations of Python I:

Four Required Courses:

  • SEIS 631 Data Preparation and Analysis
  • SEIS 632 Data Analytics and Visualization
  • SEIS 763 Machine Learning
  • SEIS 764 Artificial Intelligence

View the Graduate Programs in Software course catalog.

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Convenient Schedule

Classes are offered in-person and online weeknights from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., Monday – Friday.

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Attend an Information Session

Attend an online information session to learn program details. Our programs serve working professionals with busy lives. Set your own pace and start fall, spring or summer. Classes are offered in-person and online weeknights from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. We look forward to meeting you.



All full-time tenured faculty hold Ph.D. degrees and offer extensive industry experience. Adjunct faculty are selected based on professional experience and educational credentials.

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Dr. Manjeet Rege

Dr. Manjeet Rege is an Associate Professor of Graduate Programs in Software and Data Science and Director for the Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence. He is also the co-host of the "All Things Data" podcast, interviewing data scientists, technologists, business experts and futurists which averages over 60,000 listeners.

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Dr. Chih Lai

Before joining the Graduate Software faculty, Lai was a principal software engineer, working on a collision avoidance system. Lai holds received three U.S patents and three European patents. Lai also worked with Medtronic and has pending patents on monitoring and evaluating Parkinson patients.

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Dr. Ron Chiang

Dr. Ron Chiang’s research interests include distributed systems, cloud computing, and high-performance computer architectures. He is especially interested in task and resource management algorithms and the design of advanced virtualization systems.