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About this courseA very topical course, combining theory and practical aspects of machine learning with a view to forming capable professionals for the jobs market in this field.Embark on this newly developed course on a topic of great recent and predicted growthExplore the theory of machine learning and practical applicationsBenefit from studying both the practical focus and real industrial applications - this is one of a small number of such courses availableLearn from academics with
About this course
A very topical course, combining theory and practical aspects of machine learning with a view to forming capable professionals for the jobs market in this field.
Embark on this newly developed course on a topic of great recent and predicted growth
Explore the theory of machine learning and practical applications
Benefit from studying both the practical focus and real industrial applications - this is one of a small number of such courses available
Learn from academics with substantial experience in machine learning and industrial collaboration
Machine Learning is the scientific study of the ways in which computer systems can be programmed to perform a specific task without using explicit instructions, relying on patterns and inference instead through algorithms and statistical models.
This course is unique in combining theoretical and practical aspects of Machine Learning that will prepare graduates for a career in Industry or Academia. Modules include both aspects throughout the programme and prepare graduates for a variety of roles in Machine Learning development and deployment.
How learning is monitored on your programme
To cater for the wide-ranging content of our courses and the varied learning preferences of our students, we offer a range of assessment methods on each programme. Assessment techniques vary from module to module to reflect relevant assessment approaches and the key learning points of each topic.
You will need: an undergraduate degree in a cognate subject area or an undergraduate degree in a non-cognate subject area when supplemented by relevant skills and / or experience or degree equivalent professional qualifications, e.g. BCS Professional Graduate Diploma in IT or a HND plus a minimum of three years relevant professional experience.
With around 200 years of history, Liverpool John Moores University has established itself as a well-regarded uni with a friendly and diverse teaching staff and student body. Itâs also a relatively large uni, with around 20,000 students coming from more than 100 different countries. Student satisfaction levels are high and the city of Liverpool is a student-friendly, historic place to live with plenty going on, including thriving music, nightlife, sporting and cultural scenes. Students can choose from around 200 undergraduate courses across five faculties, with subject areas including business, the arts, law, health, science and technology. State-of-the-art facilities and equipment, as well as ongoing investment plans, make sure students are taught in high-quality learning environments.
Where you'll study
Egerton Court (Headquarters)
2 Rodney Street