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Track2: AI for Medicine and Health Care


Leadership in providing outstanding graduate education in AI-based medicine and healthcare.


To educate and train qualified experts and develop a professional research environment in artificial intelligence applied to medicine and healthcare for the GCC medical community.

Program Objectives

The program’s main objective is to provide students with the following skills:
  • The ability to apply artificial intelligence in the medical and healthcare fields to improve efficacy and efficiency.
  • The capability of developing and implementing advanced and smart artificial intelligence solutions for clinical purpose.
  • Create innovation for the development of smarter clinical decisions and diagnostic support using artificial intelligence tools.

Career opportunities

Upon completion of the Master’s program, graduates can embrace expert careers as: 

  • Analyst of advanced computerized and computer-generated medical data.
  • Digital diagnostician in clinical medicine. 
  • Digital healthcare manager, artificial intelligence specialist. 
  • Academic and research careers in universities and research centers. 

​Courses and Credits

Common CoursesCredits
Logics and Discrete Mathematics2
Foundations of Computer Science2
Artificial Intelligence Fundamentals2
Object Oriented Programming and Data Analysis2
Research Methodology1


Core CoursesCredits
Advanced Artificial Intelligence2
Artificial intelligence in Health Care2
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine2
Health Care AI: Ethics, Law, Regulation, and Policy Compliance1


Elective CoursesCredits
Telehealth and Telemedicine1
AI in Surgery and Neurosurgery1
Computational Healthcare1
Foundations of Health Information Systems1
Big Data Analytics in Healthcare1
AI in Radiology1
AI for Drug Discovery1
Precision Medicine1
Biomedical Devices and Sensors1
AI and Medical Robots1
Motion Analysis1
Special Topics Elective1


Research-Oriented ProjectsCredits
Applied Research Project4​