top universities in US for MS in AI who have exempted gre.?

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Danish Ali Khan

Danish Ali Khan

MentR-Me Team

Study Abroad Expert

There are 2 such colleges in the US where you can pursue MS in AI without GRE:

Stevens Institute of Technology: Graduate students in the applied artificial intelligence masters programme gain a solid foundation in the theoretical foundations and algorithm development in artificial intelligence and deep learning, as well as a thorough understanding of a wide range of engineering applications. Students will learn a mix of software and hardware skills that will be useful in a variety of engineering fields. Admission requirements for the Applied Artificial Intelligence Master's Program at Stevens Institute of Technology:
Bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 3.0, from an accredited
Official college transcripts.
Two letters of recommendation.
TOEFL/IELTS scores are required for international applicants.
A competitive GRE or GMAT score is required for full-time applicants, but for part-time applicants for the Applied Artificial Intelligence Master's Program at Stevens Institute of Technology.
Purdue University: Please see the Purdue Course Schedule for the most up-to-date listing of Polytechnic Institute (former College of Technology) graduate course listings. There are two more websites with course information. The university, not CIT, is in charge of both. Graduate courses with numbers CNIT 60000 through 69999 are only available to graduate students. Students with an M.S. in AT, BCM, CIT, CGT, or IT who want to continue their studies in the Doctor of Philosophy in Technology programme must apply through the Graduate School's Apply Yourself website. Because departmental M.S. programmes differ from college master's programmes, students must apply to the Technology PhD programme (even though those departments are within the college).
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