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Florida Institute of Technology Will Start Offering Degrees in Artificial Intelligence

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As the entertainment industry and other businesses grapple with changes brought on by the advancement of artificial intelligence (AI), the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) recently announced it will start offering degrees in AI.

FIT President John Nicklow announced during a March 13 State of the University Address that the university is developing a bachelor’s degree with a focus on applied math, AI, and data science. That degree would launch as early as this fall. According to the Orlando Business Journal, FIT will offer the degree in the Fall 2024 semster.

The AI degree will incorporate AI into the one-credit “University Experience” course for first-year students, and also has plans for certificate programs. It also will hold AI and space science workshops this summer for high school teachers. The college will increase industry partnerships for the Computation Research at Florida Tech (CRAFT) program and its AI.Panther computing cluster.


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