Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence and Robotization


Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence and Robotization (BSAIR[1]) program will give students the necessary knowledge needed to transform data such as images, videos, language, and other unstructured data into actionable decisions. The BSAIR curriculum program will allow students to combine skills in computer science, mathematics, computational modeling, machine learning, symbolic computation, and software development to build robotized solutions for industry and commerce. 


The program emphasizes learning by doing through course projects and the use of state-of-the-art software tools and development platforms for practical learning and final projects.


It is expected that within the next three to five years, there will be an exponential increase in the number of commercial AI-based applications.  Opportunities will vary from product applications that embed AI in a product or service to provide end-customer benefits to insight applications that harness advanced analytical capabilities. Such capabilities include machine learning to uncover insights that can inform operational and strategic decisions across an organization, as well as passing by process applications that incorporate AI into an organization’s workflow to either automate processes or improve them by augmenting worker effectiveness.

Acquired Skills

The BSAIR is designed for graduate engineers who can apply Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques such as Machine Learning, Planning, Sensor integration, Natural Language Processing, etc. and Analytics in applications.

Graduates of the BSAIR program will be able to:

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the BSAIR program will be able to work as:

Key Courses

In addition to Core Computer Science Courses,  the program consists of specialization courses including the capstone project:

Who can Apply?

The program is open for graduates of Moroccan or International high schools interested in earning a degree in Artificial Intelligence and Robotization.

Usual criteria for admission to the School of Science and Engineering:

[1] This program is in line for ABET accreditation