New degrees in artificial intelligence and marine science at Deakin University
Deakin University have announced the launch of four new degree programmes to begin at the university in Trimester 1, 2020.
The first three programmes announced are a suite of qualifications in Artificial Intelligence: Bachelor of Artificial Intelligence; Master of Applied Artificial Intelligence; and Master of Applied Artificial Intelligence (Professional). The programmes are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to work on the design, development and operation of AI software solutions.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making a huge impact across so many industries and is redefining how organisations operate. AI has already helped to improve healthcare operations, national security, defence, social media, manufacturing and more. So, many organisations are now looking to take advantage of AI technology, and this is creating a demand for skilled professionals with AI understanding and skills.
The fourth new degree programme to be introduced for 2020 is the new Bachelor of Marine Science.
This course will provide students with the skills required to join the greater marine science community using new marine technologies and innovative approaches to help protect and drive the sustainable future of the world’s oceans. Students will learn from expert marine science teaching staff in well-equipped laboratories and facilities; equipped for analytical chemistry, molecular biology, genomics and microbiology.
The course incorporates hands-on practical activities located at Queenscliff, which gives direct access to the Great Southern Reef; where rocky shores, seagrass beds, mangroves, subtidal reefs, and iconic surf beaches will become the classroom.
If you would like to find out more about studying at Deakin University, you can find more information on their profile here and contact Study Options to discuss course options.