Investigate the best concepts and techniques central to artificial intelligence, including representation, heuristic search, machine learning, genetic algorithms, planning, and games.
With a median base salary of $70,000, the Washington Post ranks computer scientists as the best earners out of college.
Examine the fundamental models and methods used in machine learning, such as regression, neural networks, learning theory, support vector machines, and recommender systems.
All of our computer science classes are taught in modern laboratories in which you’ll have access to your own computer for hands-on work in every class session.
In CSC 3510 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, you’ll investigate concepts and techniques related to artificial intelligence. This includes a broad range of topics, such as representation, heuristic search, machine learning, genetic algorithms, planning, and games.
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Ultimately I want to see students develop the skills and mindset to be successful in their chosen field. To accomplish this I work with students to learn to be independent, critical thinkers and provide real-world context for course assignments to keep students engaged. I always try to help students pursue their passions. Computer science is a great field of exploration and discovery where creativity should be both nurtured and encouraged.
Each year, our majors gain invaluable experience and professional connections by interning with the nation’s best and leading organizations.
The Florida Southern College Computer Science Club is a community of students who all have a passion for technology and computing. Participating in the Association for Computational Machinery’s International Collegiate Programming Competition (ICPC), A global competition sponsored by IBM, that challenges the performance of today’s computer science and engineering students.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science