A graduate level certicate (15 credits) for students with at least some CS background and some analytic experience (either probability and linear algebra or other analytica bachground, e.g., math, physics, econ, bioinformatics). Machine Learning, Data Mining, Visualization, Databases, Algorithms.
A MS and PhD program in School of Computing focusing on the data science aspects. Most entering students have a CS degree or similar or extensive experience as a software engineer; some students have an analytical background (e.g., math, statisitcs) with some computer science background. Machine Learning, Data Mining, Visualization, Databases, Algorithms, and advanced classes in these areas.
MS degrees for students with strong analytical backgrounds and some programming. Not as much focus on programming but more focus on mathematical statistics as other Computing degrees. More computing focus, and less mathematical analysis focus compared to typical Math MStat degree.
As a Student Scholar, you will spend approximately 3-10 hours per week and receive academic credit for a journal club in the Fall (1-2 credit hours) and a Practicum in the Spring (1-3 credit hours). You will be an integral part of a project team led by a Data Science for Health Faculty Scholar.
PhD and MS degrees. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health care professionals may apply for an MS or PhD degree. In addition, the department encourages applications for degree programs from individuals with backgrounds in computer science, engineering, biology, biochemistry, statistics, or other relevant fields.
Designed to provide the advanced education necessary to manage the technology of business, the David Eccles School of Business Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program offers business education with a practical slant. Industry-driven coursework and opportunities for hands-on experience prepare our graduates for leadership positions in one of the fastest-growing job sectors in the world. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts a 15 percent growth for employment in the IS/IT industry from 2014 to 2024.
The Graduate Certificate in Information Systems (GCIS) allows students to gain specialized knowledge in information systems. Obtaining a graduate-level certificate in IS will provide a significant advantage to those seeking to advance their careers in the field of information systems or strengthen their technical proficiency.
This 18-credit-hour certificate program is designed for maximum flexibility and offers students a wide choice of courses and areas of concentration. Courses are available primarily in the evening to meet the needs of working professionals. Program electives and faculty are shared with the Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) program and provide the same high level of instruction and interaction.
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