University of California-San Diego

Computer Science, Information Systems and Information Technology graduate programs at University of California-San Diego

Students Enrolled in University of California-San Diego graduate programs : 7601

Composition of students population for Statistics and Machine Learning

Masters degree in Statistics and Machine Learning awarded to 37 students
International Students 7
Female students 12


Statistics and Machine Learning Graduate program Tuition for in state students $11,442
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Statistics and Machine Learning Graduate Program $26,544
Machine Learning Methods

Our Specialized Certificate in Machine Learning Methods will introduce students to the subject matter using a variety of tools including: Linear Algebra, Deep Learning, TensorFlow, and Deep Neural Networks (DNN).

Machine Learning is an application of artificial intelligence that provides systems the ability to automatically learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed. According to a report by BCC Research, the ability of computers to learn without having to be programmed will continue to impact global markets in coming years. This growth is being driven by increased computing power, the expanding need for learning and prediction applications, and rising usage of the cloud for data storage.

A student completing this certificate will accumulate an important set of skills needed in current machine learning careers. Courses consist of both theoretical and practical skills complementing each other and hence enhancing the machine learning scientist abilities. Further courses are designed and classified to train students further in the field of machine learning, as well as coordinating with other engineering disciplines and industrial practices.

Learn linear algebra skills necessary for machine learning and neural network modelling.

Review tools available to build Deep Learning including: Tensor Flow, Keras, and Theano.