Created with Sketch. M.S. in Data Analytics

Focus: 
Grow your skills as a technologist that uses data and statistical reasoning to identify trends, make predictions and inform decision making.
 
Skills:
Strengthen your understanding and application of statistical inference methodologies, data mining tools and techniques, and visual-based reporting.
 
Careers: 
Use your M.S. in IT-Data Analytics to help organizations understand and apply data to enhance position, demonstrate value, and improve profitability.
 
How many courses are in the program?
Nine 12-week courses
 
How quickly can I complete the program?
16 months

Focus: 
Enhance your expertise as you combine the principles of computer science with the elements of data modeling to facilitate knowledge discovery and application.
 
Skills:
Develop in-demand skills in the areas of database design, data mining, statistical analysis and visual storytelling.
 
Careers: 
Put your M.S. in Computer Science-Data Analytics to work helping organizations leverage data-informed insights for business growth and success.
 
How many courses are in the program?
Nine 12-week courses
 
How quickly can I complete the program?
20 months

Focus: 
Develop proficiency in using data as a predictive tool for solving business challenges and creating a competitive advantage.
 
Skills:
Learn to use and apply descriptive and predictive analytics, data visualization and computer algorithms.
 
Careers: 
Apply your M.S. in Data Analytics to help organizations use data to maximize operations, inform decision making and optimize financial performance.
 
How many courses are in the program?
Eight 12-week courses
 
How quickly can I complete the program?
19 months

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