Master’s programme in AI and Machine Learning

120 credits

  • Period : 2025-September-01 until 2027-June-06
  • Location: Campus Karlskrona
  • Type of instruction: On campus, day-time, full-time
  • Application code: BTH-90595
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Programme syllabus: Download

Welcome letter (published 3 weeks before start)

Developing and controlling AI

Are you interested in how the digital tools and machines of the future work and are controlled? Machine learning is largely the basis on which digital giants such as OpenAI, Google, Meta build their technologies, for example ChatGPT. Therefore, knowledge in the field is in demand all over the world and in more and more industries.

What will you study?

The Master’s programme in AI and Machine Learning provides you with both theoretical and practical knowledge and is constantly evolving to keep up with the rapid developments in the field and match the growing need for civil engineers with the right skills. You will take in-depth courses in AI and machine learning, such as Bayesian statistics and security in AI systems. You will take courses in digital ethics and entrepreneurship, research methodology and a project course, where you will put your knowledge into practice. There are also elective courses where you can immerse yourself in what interests you most, and in the last semester you do your degree project.
BTH works closely with industry and business, but also with other areas of education, which means that your education will be in step with developments. You will also have the opportunity to collaborate with companies or public authorities on projects, which will give you practical experience already during your studies, and may also lead to summer jobs, extra jobs during your studies or perhaps employment after graduation.

What does the future look like?

The programme opens up many different career paths. You can work as a machine learning engineer, data analyst, specialist, strategic project manager or in other management positions. The number of possible industries and professional roles is growing every day as technology is used in more and more areas. Potential employers include Sony, Ericsson, Telenor, Volvo, the Police, the Armed Forces and others in technologically innovative industries.

The programme is brand new and some information may be missing from this page. We’ll fill it in as soon as we can, but please get in touch if you have any questions. You can find contact details further down the page.


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Programme manager:

Huseyin Kusetogullari

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