The curriculum in the master's programme Artificial Intelligence consists of the following parts:
- Mandatory courses (16 EC):
two courses that every student in the programme takes, plus two mini-courses
- Primary electives (30 EC):
four courses (out of a set of 12 courses)
- Secondary electives (30 EC):
four courses to give your programme a personal flavour, to be chosen from a broad pre-defined set of secondary elective courses (a.o. short research projects or courses from other, related programmes such as computer science, neuroscience and cognition, linguistics and philosophy).
- Research part (44 EC): perform research (possibly at an external organization) and write a thesis about this research
Please check this document to see how the different courses relate to each other: curriculum.
Courses of all university bachelor and master programmes can be found with the OSIRIS course catalogue. An overview of the courses provided by the department of Information and Computing Science can be viewed here.
For most courses you need to register online through OSIRIS. More information about online registration via OSIRIS can be found here.
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