Choose your ideal learning path by identifying your data science goal:
Data Analysis Track
Data Science Track
I want to focus on using data to make business decisions and don’t need to learn to code!
Focus on telling stories with data, without learning to program
Learn to use Excel, Tableau, and SQL
Develop the skills you need for jobs such as Business Analyst, Product Manager, and Financial Analyst!
Study wherever you like
Graduate in as little as three months
Industry recognized credential
Impress recruiters with tangible data projects
Receive personalized support and reviews while you study
Dedicated support to land your dream role
2.7 million open positions for data professionals are forecast for 2020
The median salary of Data Scientists is $110,000
Glassdoor has named “Data Scientist” the best job in the U.S. three years in a row
Prepare for a career working with data, by learning fundamental data concepts and techniques, without learning to code.
No programming or data experience required!
Learn the fundamentals of programming that you’ll need for a career in data science. Learn to use Python, SQL, the Terminal, and Git.
You should be familiar with descriptive statistics and have some experience working with data in spreadsheets or SQL.
Focus on applying your Python and SQL skills to complete advanced analyses of a wide range of datasets.
Experience with Python and SQL.
Build on your data skills and begin mastering complex data wrangling problems. Learn to create predictive models without needing to learn any coding.
Experience using Excel, Tableau, and/or SQL for data analysis.
Gain hands-on experience with advanced projects co-designed with industry. Learn to build machine learning models, analyze experiments, and work with enormous datasets.
Python and SQL programming skills, and a strong background in statistics, data wrangling, and data visualization.