Future-Proof Your Career for the A.I. Revolution

The World Economic Forum projects 52 percent of all tasks will be performed by machines by 2025.1 Artificial intelligence is on the verge of revolutionizing our lives while creating 133 million new jobs.2

Secure the future of your career and earn your online Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) with an Artificial Intelligence concentration from Lewis University. Through courses on robotics, machine learning, natural language processing and more, you'll learn to build computing systems that perceive, act and learn.

Harness the cutting-edge technologies that power the Internet of Things (IoT), give yourself long-lasting career stability, and develop a new set of skills that allow you to join the A.I. revolution.

"A day cannot go by without a new story warning that artificial intelligence is coming for our jobs or artificial intelligence will change the face of humanity. If you want to be a part of this radical transformation, you do not need to wait for your professor/manager/mentor to tell you to learn artificial intelligence. It is the skill of the century." – Yogesh Malik, The Startup, 20193

Career Spotlights

In the Artificial Intelligence concentration, you will prepare for a wide variety of in-demand careers, including:

  • Data Scientist: Ranked America's Best Job for 2019 by Glassdoor, this position has a median base salary of $108,000.4 Every industry relies on data analysis, from business and finance to healthcare and the government, and you will complete this concentration ready to use A.I. to find the patterns, relationships and trends amid massive amounts of data.
  • Machine Learning Engineer: From self-driving cars to algorithm-driven newsfeeds, professionals in this role create intelligent systems that direct themselves instead of relying on human input. This position has a median annual salary of $112,3095 and grew by 980 percent between 2012 and 2017.6
  • Artificial Intelligence Engineer: In this position, you would specialize in one discipline of A.I., such as speech recognition, natural language generation or biometrics, and apply your knowledge to improve processes for your client or organization. Top earners in this position net as much as $257,530 annually.7
  • Artificial Intelligence Architect: Taking this role means listening to client needs and creating solutions with A.I. implementation by determining where A.I. can help and measuring its effectiveness. Named one of the five most important A.I. jobs for 20198 by KPMG, this position has an average annual salary of $145,242.9

Artificial Intelligence ranked 2019's No. 2

most in-demand technical skill by LinkedIn, 201910

Career Services With Lewis University

As an online student, you have access to Flyers Get Hired, our Handshake-powered career database exclusively for Lewis University students. Search for new jobs and opportunities, connect with our alumni network, receive guidance from a career advisor, and get feedback on your résumé, LinkedIn profile or personal elevator pitch. You'll find all the resources you need to advance your career in computer science.

Plus, our faculty are recognized experts in the field who will ensure you graduate with the real-world knowledge you need to succeed.

Get Started in A.I.

Take charge of your career with specialized skills in artificial intelligence. Call (866) 967-7046 to speak with a Graduate Admissions Counselor or to request more information.

References

1World Economic Forum (2018). The Future of Jobs Report. Retrieved on June 12, 2019, from http://reports.weforum.org/future-of-jobs-2018/
2Chowdhry, A. (2018 September). Artificial Intelligence To Create 58 Million New Jobs by 2022, Says Report. Forbes. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://www.forbes.com/sites/amitchowdhry/2018/09/18/artificial-intelligence-to-create-58-million-new-jobs-by-2022-says-report/
3Malik, Y. (2019 January). Why Should You Learn Artificial Intelligence Like A Maniac? The Startup. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://medium.com/swlh/why-should-you-learn-artificial-intelligence-like-a-maniac-70e77d835226
4Glassdoor (2019). 50 Best Jobs in America for 2019. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://www.glassdoor.com/List/Best-Jobs-in-America-LST_KQ0,20.htm
5Payscale (2019). Machine Learning Engineer Salary. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Machine_Learning_Engineer/Salary
6LinkedIn (2017 December). The Fastest-Growing Jobs in the U.S. Based on LinkedIn Data. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://blog.linkedin.com/2017/december/7/the-fastest-growing-jobs-in-the-u-s-based-on-linkedin-data
7Paysa (n.d.). Artificial Intelligence Engineer Salaries. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://www.paysa.com/salaries/artificial-intelligence-engineer--t
8Werber, C. (2019 January). The five most important new jobs in AI, according to KPMG. Quartz. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, from https://qz.com/work/1517594/the-five-most-important-new-ai-jobs-according-to-kpmg/
9Paysa (n.d.). Artificial Intelligence Architect Salaries. Retrieved on June 10, 2019, fromhttps://www.paysa.com/salaries/artificial-intelligence-architect--t
10Petrone, P. (2019 January). The Skills Companies Need Most in 2019 — And How to Learn Them. LinkedIn The Learning Blog. Retrieved on June 12, 2019, from https://learning.linkedin.com/blog/top-skills/the-skills-companies-need-most-in-2019--and-how-to-learn-them