The Singapore Institute of Technology announces that it will offer two new undergraduate courses in applied artificial intelligence and digital supply chain. The two newly launched three-year courses named B.Sc in Applied Artificial Intelligence and B.Sc in Digital Supply chain will be offered from this year.
SIT recognized the requirement of training professionals in the artificial intelligence and digital supply chain domains and has meticulously designed the curriculum of the newly launched courses to meet the industry demand.
According to the institute, initially, it would accept 40 students a year for each of the courses. The AI course will teach learners how to implement the technology into software systems, and the DSC course will primarily focus on technologies like logistics and supply chain sectors.
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Prof John Thong of SIT said, “The project-intensive curricula we have designed places industry at the core of our students’ learning. By intensifying and deepening their training through industry exposure at multiple touchpoints during the student’s candidature, we instill in students a mindset of learning by doing and enhancing their industry-readiness.”
He also mentioned that the Singapore Institute of Technology is committed to nurturing industry-ready graduates who will help Singapore become a Smart Country. The application process will begin from 10th January and will be valid till 19th March 2022.
Interested candidates register for the open house session from the official website of SIT and apply directly from there for the B.Sc courses. Due to the ongoing pandemic, SIT has decided to virtually conduct the open house session for 2022.
The B.Sc courses also come with an eight-month Integrated Work-Study Program where students get real-world industry exposure, helping them secure jobs after completing their studies.
“We are delighted to see higher education institutions like SIT taking the initiative to integrate AI and machine learning into their education programs to help develop the next generation of cloud computing professionals,” said Regional Managing Director of Amazon Web Services Worldwide, Peter Moore, regarding the programs.