The Certificate in Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulations in Engineering helps students to align their discipline studies more closely with their interests in artificial intelligence and computer simulations, emphasizing machine learning.
This certificate provides students with a broad range of workshop options and can be completed alongside the mechanical engineering design, the manufacturing, or the robotics and autonomous systems focus area for their major.
Students choose to study engineering at Iowa because of the college’s academic excellence, individual attention, small-college environment, camaraderie, and a wealth of research opportunities.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Iowa’s undergraduate engineering program in the top 20 percent of engineering programs nationwide.
About 525 first-year students and 100 transfer students enroll each year. Women account for over 29 percent of Iowa’s engineering students; the national average is 20 percent.
The Certificate in Artificial Intelligence, Modeling and Simulations in Engineering requires a minimum of 18 s.h. of credit, including a capstone design project on an approved topic related to the certificate. Students must earn a grade-point average of at least 2.0 in coursework for the certificate.