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School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Masters of Science in Data Science and Analytics

Overview

The Masters of Science in Data Science and Analytics (DSA) is a new online degree program developed cooperatively by Clemson’s College of Business and College of Science. The program requires 30 credit hours, 15 hours from the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences and 15 hours from the Department of Management. This unique degree program is entirely online, targets current working professionals, and produces data analysts with course work in decision sciences and management. Career fields for program graduates include manufacturing, military, government and health care administration. The first cohort of students are scheduled to begin classes Summer 2019.

Admissions Requirements

Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. It is recommended that applicants have experience in quantitative analysis. This may be obtained either from previous coursework or work experience.

 

Program

The program is designed to admit cohorts of students. Incoming students have the option of following a full-time or part-time path.* The full-time student path is as follows:

Summer (Mini-mester D)

      • DSA 8280 — Introduction to Business Intelligence and Analytics for Managerial Decision Making Bootcamp.

Fall

      • DSA 8030 — Introduction to Statistical Computing
      • DSA 8010 — Statistical Methods I
      • DSA 8640 — Analytics and Application Development

Spring

      • DSA 8420 — Advanced Mathematical Programming
      • DSA 8020 — Statistical Methods II
      • DSA 8660 — Data Management and Warehousing

Fall

      • DSA 8070 — Multivariate Analysis
      • DSA 8670 — Business Analytics Application and Projects
      • DSA 8590 — Managerial Decision Making

*The part-time student track includes semesters with one or two courses per semester.

Current Press

Find out more in Amstat News — Jan. 2, 2019

Find out More

If you are interested in learning more about the Data Science and Analytics program, please email the program director, Dr. Ellen Breazel.