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A-State Offers New Master’s in Applied Digital Technology

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Arkansas State University in Jonesboro has announced a new master’s program in applied digital technology that aims to give graduates a hands-on learning experience with expert faculty members.

The degree program consists of 33 graduate-level credit hours, and is being offered in-person and online. In addition to 12 credit hours of core courses, it has four emphasis areas: artificial intelligence and machine learning; cloud and cybersecurity; game and app design; and business analytics. The game and app design concentration is offered by the Department of Art + Design.

Matthew Hill, director of graduate programs in the Neil Griffin College of Business, said he expects the new program to attract graduates interested in careers in machine-learning engineering, business intelligence development, data engineering, scientific research, and cloud and computer security engineering.

“Graduates of this program will be well-positioned to enter growing technology-based fields and work in various industries,” Hill said in a news release.

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