M.S. in Artificial Intelligence Engineering - Information Security (MSAIE-IS)
The following curriculum applies to MSAIE-IS students starting their INI program in the 2023-24 academic year (MS35 cohort).
Core Courses [96 units]
Artificial Intelligence CORE (42 UNITS):
14-763: Systems and Tool Chains for AI Engineering (12 Units)*
18-661: Introduction to Machine Learning for Engineers
24-787: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for Engineers (12 Units)
- 24-788: Introduction to Deep Learning (6 Units)
- 24-784: Trustworthy and Ethical AI Engineering (12 Units)
Information Security Core (36 UNITS):
- 14-741: Introduction to Information Security (12 units)
- 14-795: AI Applications in Information Security (12 units)*
- Choose one course from Additional Security Core course list** (12 units)
BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT CORE (6 UNITS):
14-789: AI in Business Modeling (6 units)*
NETWORKING CORE (12 UNITS):
- Choose one:
14-740: Fundamentals of Telecommunication Networks (12 units)
14-760: Advanced Real-World Data Networks (12 units)
Program Electives [24 Units]
Fulfilled by courses in INI, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), School of Computer Science (SCS), Engineering & Public Policy (EPP), Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) or Integrated Innovation Institute (III), and/or approved courses in the Heinz College or Tepper School. Some exceptions apply.
Academic & Professional Development 1 [3 Units]
- 14-601 INI Academic and Professional Development 1
Please note: depending on your study option, you may have additional requirements. Review chart below
MSAIE-IS students pursue one of the following four study options within their degree program.
Distribution of units
|3 Semesters||No Internship||
|3 Semesters||Required Internship||
Applied Advanced Studies°
|4 Semesters||Required Internship||
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