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Augmenting AI Coursework Through Undergraduate Research

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Augmenting AI Coursework Through Undergraduate Research
All courses in Artificial Intelligence are not equal. The topics covered by a course entitled Artificial Intelligence vary widely. The Computing Curricula 2001: Computer Science offers a good deal of flexibility for degree programs to meet the prescribed standard of knowledge units for the field of Intelligent Systems. Most, but not all, Historically Black Colleges and Universities can achieve more than the minimum recommended core hours through a one-semester, intermediate-level course in the Junior/Senior year. A few have the ability to offer at least one advanced course as a Senior Elective. At our institution, we found undergraduate research projects to be an excellent means of preparing students for the one-semester, intermediate-level Artificial Intelligence course, or extending what can be covered in that course. This paper presents a review of the suggested coursework for a one-semester, intermediate-level course in Artificial Intelligence and what is possible at a nonResearch...
Antonio M. Lopez Jr.
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Updated 30 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where FLAIRS
Authors Antonio M. Lopez Jr.
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