The Data Science master's program trains students to use statistics, data visualization, and machine learning to analyze and understand the world around them.
The Data Science master's program is built upon a disciplinary core of statistics and machine learning, with depth provided by courses in each of the following categories:
Administered jointly between the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Data Science program at Tufts prepares students to address real-world problems with data-centric insights.
Students engage in a variety of data analysis techniques, including machine learning, optimization, statistical decision-making, information theory, and data visualization. Graduates of the program go on to work on interdisciplinary projects with data components including communicating with engineers, scientists, businesses, computer scientists, and medical professionals.
Prerequisites for the Data Science master's program include a Bachelor of Science degree in a science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) field. Applicants with Bachelor's degrees in non-STEM fields may begin study with a Certificate in Data Science that‚ in an additional term‚ gives the applicant a sample of the program.
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