Dec 02, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023

Artificial Intelligence in Organizations, B.S.


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Graduates with a Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence in Organizations (AIO) will have a strong background in artificial intelligence applications and solutions in an organizational context.  Specifically, students will learn the basic concepts, methods, and tools of AI.  They will understand the capabilities, applications, and understand business and management principles and objectives.  Students will also be able to analyze a complex business/organizational problem and to apply principles of AI to identify solutions, design, implement, and evaluate an AI-based solution to meet a given set of requirements in an organizational context.  In addition, students are expected to be able to participate, organize, and manage successful AI projects, and develop strong soft skills including communications, teamwork, and leadership to be successful in AI-enhanced workplace and society. 

AIO is an interdisciplinary degree that bridges Business, Management, Information Systems, Business Analyst, Statistics and Computer Science.  Career paths and roles support organizations facing AI transformation.  Businesses and organizations demand that the talents in these positions help organizations make data-driven and even autonomous reasoning and decisions, optimize businesses processes and workflow, minimize costs and maximize revenues by utilizing AI tools and applications.  These roles are reflected in a variety of jobs titles including traditional jobs in organizations such as Business Analyst, Computer Systems Analyst, Market Analyst, Financial Analyst, Web Developer, Data Analyst, Data Scientist, and Project Manager, as well as emerging title such as AI Data Analyst and AI Developer.

Location: Madison Main Campus and Online

Learning Outcomes

Plan of Study for Artificial Intelligence in Organizations Plan of Study 22-23  

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System-Wide General Education Requirement (30 Credits)


Majors must take ECON 201 as part of their system wide general education requirement.  Majors who test directly into MATH 201  will not need to complete MATH 114  but must take 3 credits of general electives.

Electives (ACCT, BADM, CIS, CSC, ECON, HIM) (15 Credits)


Electives (6 Credits)


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