Machine Learning Foundation Micro-credential

Robogarden Machine learning UNBC

This new micro-credential serves as an introduction for those interested in exploring a career in artificial intelligence and data science.

Machine learning career opportunities are emerging in industries such as health care, mining, forestry, energy, and construction. 

Conveniently offered online, four modules will cover:

  1. Python commands
  2. Introduction to data
  3. Classification
  4. Sandbox project

Machine learning jobs are projected to be worth $31 billion by 2024 – learn more about the skills you need to find your place in this high-opportunity sector.    

This course uses an interactive and experiential teaching model. It is suitable for those who want to learn Python basics and how to use the machine learning libraries to process data.  No previous experience in coding is necessary.  

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Learning Outcomes

  • Recognize the concepts of Machine Learning
  • Introduction to Python and data types
  • Flow control statements and libraries
  • Data exploration, preprocessing, and visualization
  • K- nearest neighbour classification
  • Determine your suitability for a career in AI
Self-paced. Start and finish on your own time.
  • 12 course hours.
  • Because of the rapidly changing technology in this sector, it is recommended that students complete this course within six months of the start date.
  • Online courses are non-refundable.

Course Requirements

Access to a computer with high speed broadband internet connection is required.