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University of Liverpool launch new AI for Digital Business MSc course

30 January 2024

The triple-accredited University of Liverpool Management School has launched a new course to its master’s portfolio for autumn 2024, focusing on the effective and responsible use of AI and emerging technologies in modern businesses.

The AI for Digital Business MSc course will provide students with a sound strategic understanding of the opportunities and challenges presented by artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies to meet the growing business and public sector demand for graduates with the latest AI and digital technology knowledge and skills.

The course, which will be delivered as part of the School’s Operations and Supply Chain Management group, will cover topics such as AI applications, innovations, and ethics and regulations. Students will develop a profound understanding of the latest thinking in AI and a wide array of digital solutions such as robotics, enterprise resource planning, the Internet of Things (IoT), data science, 3D printing, machine learning, intelligent agents and blockchain using software such as ChatGPT Pro, RStudio, Tableau, Qlik, SAP and Witness.

Applications are now open for a September 2024 start. If you want to learn more or begin your UCAS application, contact SI-UK today for a free consultation.

Universities featured in this article:

  • University of Liverpool
  • University of Liverpool Management School
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