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MSc Artificial Intelligence and Ethics

The MSc Artificial Intelligence and Ethics is an integrated programme of study with dual foci on both theory and application. Presupposing no background in computing, students are equipped with the relevant knowledge and data programming skills – covering recent technical developments alongside broader ethical and theoretical considerations – to fulfil the needs of a vast range of organisations and employers.


The courses that run in each academic year are subject to change in line with faculty availability and student demand so there is no guarantee every course will be delivered. For further information, please see here and speak to your admissions contact.

Core courses

For the MSc Artificial Intelligence & Ethics all students will complete the following compulsory courses.

Autumn Semester

Fundamentals of Computation, Data, and Algorithms (15 credits)

Programming for Data Applications (15 credits)

AI and Data Ethics (15 credits)

Theory and Applications of Data Analytics (15 credits)

Spring Semester

Advanced Topics in Responsible Artificial Intelligence (30 credits)

Machine Learning (15 credits)

Natural Language Processing with Deep Learning (15 credits)

Summer Semester

Artificial Intelligence Dissertation Project (60 credits)

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