Illinois Institute of Technology offers a masters program in Computational Intelligence for those that are interested in learning about the different ways that computers learn and adapt based upon data. This method is studied as a way of determining how computers solve various complex computer science problems. This program is geared toward recent computer science graduates who want to build on their current knowledge, computer science professionals who are already employed in business, government, or industry professions or people without a degree who want to prepare for a career in the CS industry.
The MCS curriculum provides both core courses and student-selected study areas. The combination of these two types of courses provides a conceptual and practical education for the student. The MCS program is flexible, allowing students to choose a masters project or course work only. An MCS with a specialization in Computational Intelligence generally takes two years to earn.