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Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals AI-900

Non Credit
See the Schedule section below
Delivery Options:
Asynchronous online
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Course Overview New

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will define the next generation of software solutions and unlocks the potential to create amazing applications that improve life for everyone. This course introduces AI and the Microsoft services students can use to create AI solutions. The Azure AI Fundamentals course is designed for anyone interested in learning about the types of solutions AI makes possible and the services on Microsoft Azure that are used to create them. Some of the concepts covered in the course require a basic understanding of mathematics, such as the ability to interpret charts. The course includes hands-on activities that involve working with data and experimenting with programming, so knowledge of basic programming principles, while not necessary to learn the material, can be helpful. Students may choose to write the Microsoft certification exam for free at the conclusion of the course. Course curriculum is owned by industry partner.

Costs and Fees

A College Services Fee and Student Association Fee will apply for part-time students registered in credit courses. In some instances, offerings of the same course across multiple terms may have a differing cost. For more information, please visit Costs & Fees.


Class # 2494
May 30 - Aug 15, 2022
Asynchronous online This course is 100% online. Complete all coursework on your own time while meeting regular deadlines.
This course is delivered through Microsoft. Learning is self-directed, does not involve engagement with an instructor and is completed at your own pace. Students need access to a quiet space, computer with a microphone and camera, and have enough computer and internet capability to run Microsoft Teams. A basic level of familiarity with computer technology, data, and the Internet is assumed.
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