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The Ohio State University Machine Learning and AI MicroBootCamp™ is a topic-specific, 8–10-week intensive designed for experienced professionals.
As a student, you will build advanced technical skills in machine learning and AI, including:
Students must be experienced programmers familiar with Python.
MicroBootCamps™ offer high-quality, personalized assistance to supercharge your career as a leader in AI. We’re here to support your learning journey with unparalleled services and resources, and we will continue to guide you throughout your professional life.
This MicroBootCamp™ is ideal for experienced programmers familiar with Python. Interested students should have a proven proficiency in Python and mathematics, including linear algebra, statistics, and multivariable calculus. Work experience in programming is recommended, but not required. To benefit from this program, you should be able to:
Led by edX-vetted instructors, this course contains readings, videos, and real-world AI projects paired with real-time learning assistant support, personalized grading feedback, and live office hours with instructors. As you develop optimized skills through hands-on machine learning and AI activities, you’ll also build a portfolio to showcase your work.
Engage in an industry-driven curriculum that teaches you how to build state-of-the-art AI skills, take on new projects, or stand out as a leader in the industry.
Learners will need the following equipment in order to successfully participate in the program:
By the time you complete the MicroBootCamp™, you will have learned in-demand skills, built an impressive portfolio of AI projects, and earned a valuable Certificate of Completion.
|Time to complete||8–10 weeks|
|Pacing||8–10 hours per week, self-paced with live office hours|
|Live office hours||2 weekdays (1.5 hrs/session over 10 weeks)|
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The MicroBootCamp™ provides skills-based education to learners across Ohio and beyond. This program is offered through The Ohio State University, College of Engineering in association with edX.
Participants will have access to weekly instructor-led office hours where they can learn alongside learners from other participating universities and institutions and, upon meeting all requirements, be issued a certificate of completion from The Ohio State University, College of Engineering.
Ohio State’s College of Engineering and Knowlton School of Architecture strive to foster a learning culture that prepares students to be key contributors to society through their technological, professional and personal skills. Our faculty and our students thrive in an environment of new ideas and concepts that expand the understanding of science, engineering and architecture.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at The Ohio State University has been a national leader in computing research and education for over 50 years. CSE prepares highly sought after, well rounded graduates who contribute to new developments in computing.