Minor in
Computer Science
and AI

Newton School of Technology, Rishihood University

“Technology is the driving force of history.”

– Balaji S Srinivasan
  • Built for non-tech students to get a hands-on understanding of tech
  • 8 courses ranging from basic programming, low code, and AI applications
  • Courses are added to the transcript and certificate
  • No extra tuition fee for the minor

Technology is the driving force of history. 

- Balaji S Srinivasan
“Technology is the driving force of history.”

– Balaji S Srinivasan

  • Built for non-tech students to get a hands-on understanding of tech
  • 8 courses ranging from basic programming, low code, and AI applications
  • Courses are added to the transcript and certificate
  • No extra tuition fee for the minor

Why a Minor in CS and AI is Important Today

In the 21st century, technology, especially AI, has entered all fields. It has revolutionized industries and transformed everyday life. From the time you wake up to your sleep, you are connected to the digital world more than the physical world. A Minor in CS and AI at Rishihood University delivered by Newton School of Technology equips you for emerging roles in start-ups, finance, consulting, and more. Think of yourself working at the intersection of technology, strategy and product development. By understanding and leveraging technology, you enhance your problem-solving abilities, innovate within your fields, and stay competitive in the workplace.

Why a Minor in CS and AI is Important Today

In the 21st century, technology, especially AI, has entered all fields. It has revolutionized industries and transformed everyday life. From the time you wake up to your sleep, you are connected to the digital world more than the physical world. A Minor in CS and AI at Rishihood University delivered by Newton School of Technology equips you for emerging roles in start-ups, finance, consulting, and more. Think of yourself working at the intersection of technology, strategy and product development. By understanding and leveraging technology, you enhance your problem-solving abilities, innovate within your fields, and stay competitive in the workplace.

Faculty

Courses

Problem Solving using Programming (6 credits)

  • Fundamentals of programming and algorithms
  • Write, debug, and optimize code
  • Problem-solving techniques and logical reasoning

High School Mathematics (4 credits)

  • Essential mathematical concepts required for CS and AI
  • Algebra, calculus, and discrete mathematics

Probability and Statistics (4 credits)

  • Probability theory and statistical methods
  • Analyze data, draw inferences, and make data-driven decisions

System and Web Essentials (4 credits)

  • Architecture of computer systems and OS
  • Web development skills such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Data and Visual Analytics (4 credits)

  • Handle large datasets and perform analysis
  • Communicate insights effectively

Introduction to Machine Learning (4 credits)

  • Supervised and unsupervised learning
  • Neural networks and model evaluation

AI for Everyone (2 credits)

  • AI applications and its impact on society
  • Natural language processing, computer vision, and AI ethics

Modern Computer Architecture (4 credits)

  • Functioning of modern computer architectures
  • Processors, memory hierarchy, and parallel computing

Courses

High School Mathematics (4 credits)

  • Essential mathematical concepts required for CS and AI
  • Algebra, calculus, and discrete mathematics

Problem Solving using Programming (6 credits)

  • Fundamentals of programming and algorithms
  • Write, debug, and optimize code
  • Problem-solving techniques and logical reasoning

Probability and Statistics (4 credits)

  • Probability theory and statistical methods
  • Analyze data, draw inferences, and make data-driven decisions

System and Web Essentials (4 credits)

  • Architecture of computer systems and OS
  • Web development skills such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Data and Visual Analytics (4 credits)

  • Handle large datasets and perform analysis
  • Communicate insights effectively

Introduction to Machine Learning (4 credits)

  • Supervised and unsupervised learning
  • Neural networks and model evaluation

AI for Everyone (2 credits)

  • AI applications and its impact on society
  • Natural language processing, computer vision, and AI ethics

Modern Computer Architecture (4 credits)

  • Functioning of modern computer architectures
  • Processors, memory hierarchy, and parallel computing

Labs and Clubs

Robotics
Lab

Human Augmentation Lab

Digital Media
Lab

Entrepreneurship
Club

Labs and Clubs

Robotics Lab

Human Augmentation Lab

Digital Media Lab

Entrepreneurship Club

The Minor in CS & AI can be selected as part of any UG program other than the B. Tech in CS and AI.

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