Academics

As part of the university’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) initiative, a commitment has been made to incorporate AI in all undergraduate majors and graduate programs.  The chart below lists all new or enhanced courses that integrate AI in their syllabi. This chart will be frequently updated as new courses and course content is approved.

Undergraduate

Business / ISOM / BS
Department ISOM 
Title Information Systems and Information Management 
Description The Information Systems major (BSBA-IST) is designed for students who want to be at the intersection between business and technology. IST majors develop the technical knowledge necessary to supply organizations with the information needed to make crucial strategic decisions. The IST curriculum teaches students effective strategies and techniques to analyze, design, and implement information systems. Students interested in IST must possess strong quantitative skills as well as a passion for computers and technology.
Learn More https://warrington.ufl.edu/undergraduate-academics/information-systems/

CALS / MCS / Minor
Department MCS
Title Bioinformatics
Description The undergraduate minor in computational biology / bioinformatics. Open to any student in a biology-related major. Currently focused on 'traditional' bioinformatics - sequence analysis, BLAST, phylogeny, functional genomics, metagenomics, etc - rather than AI. But it's likely that many of the new AI courses will be added as approved electives for the minor.
Learn More http://microcell.ufl.edu/mcs-apps/bioinfo/site/BioinfoMinor.html

CLAS / Statistics / BS
Department Statistics 
Title Data Science
Description 8 semester major
Learn More https://catalog.ufl.edu/UGRD/colleges-schools/UGLAS/DAT_BS/

Certificate
Department Engineering Education
Title AI Fundamentals and Applications
Description Credits: 9 | Completed with minimum grades of C
Learn More https://www.eng.ufl.edu/eed/programs/undergraduate-certificate-in-ai-fundamentals-and-applications/

Graduate

Business / ISOM / MS
Department ISOM 
Title Information Systems and Information Management 
Description The Master of Science in Information Systems and Operations Management program at the University of Florida prepares students to thrive in the age of analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning. Technology advancements have put our students in a position to discover effective methods and innovative strategies that help companies take the next big step. The program gives students access to cutting edge methods in analytics that line up with what employers around the world are looking for today. You’ll learn how to collect data, but more importantly, you’ll know how to analyze it and help companies make critical decisions.
Learn More https://warrington.ufl.edu/master-of-science-in-information-systems-and-operations-management/

Business / ISOM / Graduate Minor
Department ISOM
Title Information Systems and Information Management
Description The ISOM minor allows students to complement their core discipline of study to further develop information technology and business analytics skills. To illustrate, students in accounting, finance or marketing can learn how to extract, analyze and interpret data which is relevant to their industry. The minor is geared toward students who are interested in careers in management consultancy, business analysis, and data analytics.
Learn More https://warrington.ufl.edu/academics/certificates-and-minors/information-systems-and-operations-management-minor/

CJC / MAMC
Department  
Title Audience Analytics
Description The online MAMC in Audience Analytics has some courses (2-3) with AI-related content such as lectures, readings, discussions, etc, though there's not a course devoted solely to AI and none have AI in the title.
Learn More https://onlinemasters.jou.ufl.edu/audience-analytics/ 

CJC / Graduate Certificate
Department  
Title Audience Analytics
Description  
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