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Artificial Life Programming derives inspiration from biology to design and build
software systems that solve complex real-world problems. The concepts studied in
this program compliment the traditional computer science approach by providing
additional problem-solving methods and techniques. Students will study and develop
applications using evolutionary and genetic algorithms, cellular automata, artificial
neural networks, agent based models, and other artificial life methodologies.
Artificial Life Programming can be applied to many areas, including architecture,
autonomous systems, computer games, distributed systems, economics and market dynamics,
machine intelligence, self-assembly and self-organization, and sociology.
The ON TIME COMPLETION RATE for this program is 66%.
For a more detailed breakout of completion time frames and rates, please see the
UAT FAST FACTS page.
The University matches programs and potential/actual job titles graduates may work in with
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) standard job titles or categories and codes known as the
Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) codes. These codes and salary information associated
with them are provided below.
*Median Loan Debt is calculated using the debt that students incurred during their duration at the University.
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***Rate is that of a shared room and bath per semester based upon a 12-month lease.
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