Questions about designing a curriculum or finding learning resources for yourself are likely on-topic here. There haven't been many questions to test whether they're well-received yet, but there is a self-learning tag on the site, with 3 questions as of writing.
Without more details, I would guess that yes, your question would fit here. Feel free to edit your question with an example of what you'd be planning to post, but here's how I see it:
Asking how to teach yourself a subject (curriculum design, resources to use, etc.) is a part of education, hence on topic here.
If you're looking for a specific course to follow, you'll need to be careful to set out some objective criteria to avoid being too broad or primarily opinion-based. If you specify as much as you can (language you want to use, ideas you want to cover), then your question will probably be answerable, but without constraints, I fear there might be too many options to reasonably answer.
Mathematics Educators also has a [self-learning] tag, and the discussion on whether self-learners are involved in education has already been covered. I feel it would be exceptionally confusing and counterproductive to argue that self-learning isn't covered here, if the questions could cover nearly the exact same ground as a question posed from the perspective of an educator teaching a class.
Designing an AI curriculum for a course isn't particularly different to designing a curriculum for yourself, and draws from the same pool of expertise, so calling these questions off-topic when they aren't really problematic in any way is harmful to the site.
Good luck, and feel free to visit chat if you want to discuss anything that doesn't fit into Q&A, or if you want to run a question idea by other users before you post it.