The Data Science Foundations Bootcamp

1. Intro to Data Science

Learn the data science process and begin working with R ( statistics and data science programming language)

2. Fundamentals of accessing data

Learn to how to connect to and access data from databases, flat files and web APIs

3. Data Wrangling and Pre-processing

Learn the best techniques and tools for manipulating and preparing data for analysis.

4. Machine Learning

Learn the principles of machine learning and the algorithms you can use to make predictions.

5. Visualization

Learn to create interactive visualizations that enable decision makers to see analytics so they can easily grasp data insights and identify new patterns.

Course Details:

  • 11-weeks / Part-time
  • Mondays and Wednesdays  
  • 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
  • $4,000
  • Next Cohort Announced Soon!

Catalina Arango

Instructor

By the end of the bootcamp, you’ll have:

Data Science Certificate of Completion

Receive a Data Science Certificate of Completion (150 hrs) to add to your professional resume and career development.

Build Models and Gain Insight

Master advanced analytics skills to build predictive models and gain insights from big data.

Grow Your Career

Gain access to our network of growing partnerships with top startups, companies, and data scientists to connect you to career growth opportunities.

Add to Your Professional Showcase

Develop a data science project portfolio to add to your professional showcase.

Why Data Science Matters

Average Salary: $130, 552

 Data scientists are among the highest paid professionals. In fact, for job postings nationwide, data-scientist salaries are 113% more than average salaries for all job postings.

2.7 Million Jobs Opening in 2020

 Data Science is one of the fastest-growing fields. By 2020, data science and analytics in job listings in the U.S. will reach 2.7 Million.

#1 Job In Satisfaction

Several studies have found that, year after year, the Data Scientist role is among those with highest job satisfaction.

Frequently

Asked

Questions

ARE THERE ANY PREREQUISITES?

Applicants should have taken college level statistics and some experience in programming is a plus.

HOW MANY HOURS WILL IT BE?

The full-time commitment will be 150 hours. This includes in-person instruction twice a week for 3 hours each day and additional time you will need to dedicate to learning material outside of class.

CAN MY EMPLOYER PAY FOR THIS COURSE ON MY BEHALF?

Of course! Many employers may be willing to pay for or subsidize the course as the skills you will learn will greatly increase what you can contribute at work.

 

HOW MUCH IT COST AND WHAT DOES IT COVER?

The program costs $2,900 and includes 11 weeks of instruction, assignments and projects. You’ll have access to 2 instructors and 3 hours of office hours per week.

I DON’T KNOW HOW TO CODE. IS THIS PROGRAM FOR ME?

While we recommend that all applicants have some experience coding, we will provide some pre-work if this is the only thing keeping you from being successful in this course. Data Science is about a lot more than just programming, so if this is the one skill you are lacking, there are ways to get you up to speed!