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Comprehensive List of Data Science Graduate Programs

The Data Science Graduate Programs' mission is to serve as a dedicated resource for anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in Data Science. This website includes career and student resources, data science applications, and a state by state guide to data science careers. 
The website offers a look at the latest salary trends based on surveys conducted by leading tech industry job market research firms; a clearinghouse of information on data science MOOCs, bootcamps and graduate programs; along with general resources that help provide a clear understanding of the tools, methods and practices of data science in its many applications. 

The goal at DSGP is simple. This website wants to give prospective graduate students a clear picture of what a career in data science looks like, and offer guidance on how to get there.
What you will find :
Career Resources
  • Data Science Careers
  • Data Science Salaries
  • How to Become a Data Scientist

Student Resources

  • What is Data Science? 
  • The Data Science Process 
  • Data Science Versus Data Analytics and Business Intelligence
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
  • Data Science Bootcamps 
  • Math and Programming Bridge Courses

Data Science Applications

  • Agriculture
  • Al and Robotics R&D
  • Biotechnology
  • City Planning 
  • Defense and Counterterrorism
  • Plus 17 other applications

Tools

  • Hadoop
  • Python
  • R
  • SQL
  • Tableau

To check out all this information, click here.

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Comment by Robert McGrath on June 13, 2016 at 7:17am

The list of programs is not completely accurate.  As the director of the Masters Program in Analytics and the Graduate Certificate in Data Science at the University of New Hampshire, the information provided on the page is incorrect.  We do not require the prerequisites listed and the courses listed are likewise incorrect.  It looks like some standard text was applied in multiple places by state.  You should look at our website for the correct information.  www.unh.edu/analytics

Comment by Abhishek Jaiswal on June 11, 2016 at 12:50am

The post is bit confusing as per the heading. But it's good all over for the beginners. 
Cheers! :)

Comment by Sione Palu on June 10, 2016 at 2:52pm

Its misleading to say that data science do robotics. Sure, this domain requires some knowledge of data science, but this field is & has always been control system & signal processing engineering. It is not data science per se. This is where the hype of data science becomes ridiculous.  The field of robotics had existed for decades before data-science emerges, which is mainly a re-hash of existing analytics domain. Author's here at Datascience Central should research their topics before they blog, because misleadingly proclaiming that data-science is GOD almighty that solves the world's problems of today exposes them as being ignorant about science & engineering.

Comment by Nawras Abureehan on June 7, 2016 at 8:49am

Thanks for all this. 

The website is actually very confusing, I still wasn't able to find the graduate programs names, links, etc.

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