A detailed description of the Ph.D. program in Language and Information Technology
A detailed description of the dual-degree Ph.D in Language and Information Technologies, in cooperation with Portuguese universities.
The Masters in Language Technologies (MLT) curriculum is targeted primarily toward a professional degree; with some modifications and enhancements, it also forms the course-based component of the Ph.D. program.
The Masters in Biotechnology Innovation and Computation (MSBIC) program is designed to educate leaders in applying software and computing technologies to create innovative solutions for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and health care industries.
The Master of Science program in Intelligent Information Systems (MIIS) provides advanced study and practical experience in areas of Computer Science focused on the processing and analysis of unstructured and semi-structured information, for example, text, image, video, speech, and audio information. It is a practice-oriented professional degree designed for students who want to rapidly master advanced content- analysis, mining, and intelligent information technologies prior to beginning or resuming leadership careers in industry and government.
The Masters in Computational Data Science (MCDS) program focuses on training professional Master's students in all aspects of design, engineering and deployment of very large information systems. There are two tracks in the MCDS program: the Systems Track and the Analytics Track. Both require the same total number of course credits, split among required core courses, electives, data science seminar and capstone courses which are specifically defined for each track.
The Language Technologies Minor allows CMU undergraduate students to learn about language technologies through a directed project.
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