Graduate Certificate in Data Science
Data Science, and the associated areas referred to as big data and data analytics, is a rapidly emerging technology field fueled by the dramatic growth in the amount of data involved in most areas of society. The 12-credit graduate certificate in data science program allows students to study fundamental ideas that underlie large data systems and document a knowledge base for work in data intensive jobs. Credit earned in the certificate program may be applied to the master of science in the field of data science degree program.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 9 credits in required courses and 3 credits in elective courses.
|DATS 6101||Introduction to Data Science|
|DATS 6102||Data Warehousing|
|DATS 6103||Introduction to Data Mining|
|One of the following:|
|DATS 6201||Numerical Linear Algebra and Optimization|
|DATS 6202||Machine Learning I: Algorithm Analysis|
|MATH 6522||Introduction to Numerical Analysis|
|STAT 6201||Mathematical Statistics I|
|STAT 6207||Methods of Statistical Computing I|
|STAT 6210||Data Analysis|
|STAT 6214||Applied Linear Models|
|STAT 6216||Applied Multivariate Analysis II|
|STAT 6242||Modern Regression Analysis|