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Programme structure: Interactive Artificial Intelligence (PhD) - what's running in 2021/22

The maximum period of study for full-time students is 4 years. This catalogue only shows the taught units on the programme and may not show all years of study.

Unit name Unit code Credit points Status Teaching Block
Computational Logic for Artificial Intelligence COMSM0022 10 Mandatory TB-1
Dialogue and Narrative COMSM0023 10 Mandatory TB-1
Machine Learning Paradigms COMSM0025 10 Mandatory TB-1
Responsible AI COMSM0027 10 Mandatory TB-2
Advanced Topics in AI COMSM0028 10 Mandatory TB-2
Applied Data Science (Teaching Unit) COMS30050 0 Mandatory TB-2
Applied Data Science (Interactive Artificial Intelligence CDT) COMSM0056 10 Mandatory TB-2
Uncertainty Modelling for Intelligent Systems (CDT) EMATM0060 10 Mandatory TB-1
Interactive AI Team Project COMSM0087 40 Mandatory TB-4
Summer Project COMSM0024 60 Mandatory TB-4
Plus one optional unit (10 credit points) from the following list. Enrollment on this unit will be subject to CDT Director approval and unit capacity:
Learning, Computation and the Brain COMSM0094 10 Optional TB-1
Computational Genomics and Bioinformatics Algorithms EMATM0004 10 Optional TB-2
Transport and Mobility Modelling EMATM0021 10 Optional TB-1
Intelligent Information Systems EMATM0042 10 Optional TB-2
Interactive Artificial Intelligence (MRes)   180    

Progression/award requirements

The assessment of the taught component of a doctoral degree is governed by the Regulations and Code of Practice for Taught Programmes and is assessed separately from the research project. Progression to the research project may be dependent on the successful completion of the taught component - please refer to the relevant handbook for the structure of the particular programme.

The pass mark set by the University for any level 7(M) unit is 50 out of 100.

Exit awards

It may be possible to exit the programme with a taught award. For detailed rules on progression please see the Regulations and Code of Practice for Research Programmes and the relevant faculty handbook.