USC Viterbi is rolling out free, online learning modules. The initiative, known as “Viterbi All Access” is aimed at providing current USC Viterbi engineering students as well as May 2020 USC Viterbi graduates with additional professional development opportunities. These supplemental, online training modules are comprised of newly developed content by USC Viterbi faculty in a variety of subject areas. The modules, set to be available online on June 1, 2020, will deliver content asynchronously and on demand.
These short courses will build on the School’s almost 50-year history of distance education. “We have the experience of delivering over 40 online degree programs to students all over the world. Through this initiative, we aim to leverage our technical capabilities to support our students’ and graduates’ life-long learning and career advancement,” said Viterbi Senior Associate Dean, Kelly Goulis.
Modules offered will focus on topics such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, neural networks, cryptography and data sciences, encompassing a variety of computer science areas. In addition, students can access modules that leverage Wikipedia to learn writing and communication for non-technical audiences. The Viterbi School has been ranked by US News and World Report as the top program in graduate, online computer science in the last eight consecutive years.
Further information is available at http: https://viterbiexeced.usc.edu/viterbi-all-access/
About the USC Viterbi School of Engineering
Founded in 1905, the USC Viterbi School of Engineering was named in 2003 as the Andrew and Erna Viterbi School of Engineering, honoring USC alumnus Andrew Viterbi, who developed an algorithm to connect the world. Located in Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology, business and innovation in the heart of the Pacific Rim, USC Viterbi draws undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world. With more than 9,000 students, 300 faculty across all ranks and appointment levels, and more than 30 in-residence or affiliated members of the National Academies, USC Viterbi is consistently ranked in the top 10 graduate programs. Under the leadership of Dean Yannis C. Yortsos, the school helps re-imagine the 21st century engineer, by pioneering the Grand Challenge Scholars Program, leading national efforts in enhancing diversity, and changing the conversation about engineering. With its vision of engineering a better world for all humanity USC Viterbi embodies the power of engineering (Engineering+) to advance discovery and solutions across all disciplines, to serve California, the nation and the world.