The BSc in Mathematical and Computing Sciences for Artificial Intelligence aims to prepare graduates who are capable of developing and applying adequate mathematical, computational, modelling and AI methods for the understanding and modelling of complex realities in natural and social sciences.
The program has an interdisciplinary nature: the basic courses that are typical of the studies in Applied Mathematics are paired with the basic courses in Computing Sciences, both theoretical and applied. Physics and Economics provide the basic examples of modelling and problem solving. Moreover, the methodological pillars of Artificial Intelligence represent the unifying element of the program, since they are gradually introduced in many courses in a coordinated way.
The program focuses on critical and methodological aspects, to avoid an obsolescence of the acquired abilities.
In particular, the specific qualifying goals of the degree are: