Columbia University's Data Science Institute brings together the renowned interdisciplinary expertise of its schools in engineering, journalism, medicine, law, business, architecture, arts & sciences, international affairs, and more, to focus on cutting-edge data research.
The Certification of Professional Achievement in Data Sciences is a 12-credit non-degree program jointly offered through the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
The MS in Data Science is a 30-credit program that offers students an in-depth training in data science, and the opportunity to work closely with diverse Columbia faculty members as well as industry affiliates. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides students with the flexibility to hone in on their particular interests and skill sets through the optional elective track, which include the Institute’s six centers and the entrepreneurship track.
In this excerpt from a recent panel discussion moderated by SEAS alumnus Hitoshi Tanaka, find out what Data Science Institute Director Kathleen McKeown and Interim Dean Donald Goldfarb have to say about the significance of data sciences and Big Data's impact on the way we do science and engineering from now on.
Big data is overhauling the process by which big problems are solved between universities and companies. Learn how from data experts from Google, Microsoft Research, and Columbia University. Filmed during the inaugural symposium for Columbia's new Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering.
Mayor Bloomberg and Columbia University President Bollinger Announce Agreement to Create New Data Science Institute.
City Will Assist Columbia's Plan to Create a World-Class Center for Data Sciences and Engineering, Including Investment in New Laboratory Space for Expansion of Number of Top Faculty and Doctoral Students
Partnership Is the Newest Step in the City's Applied Sciences NYC Initiative; Expected to Generate Nearly $4 Billion in Overall Economic Impact and More Than 4,500 Jobs over the Next Three Decades