You will develop expertise in R, Python, Hadoop and Spark, while enjoying our support as we help you lift your career.
Become a Data Scientist
in Just 12 Weeks
Real-world skills + project portfolio
Create a personal portfolio with 5 projects to showcase your skills and knowledge
Engaging community & network
Become part of our data-passionate community with 5000+ members, 600+ alumni, and 800+ connected corporations
Receive personal and team support as we help you lift your career
Learn data science in just 12 weeks
Intensive program gets you
up to speed quickly
Develop expertise in R, Python,
Hadoop & Spark
Learn from the richest and most comprehensive curriculum around
Access to post-graduation resources to keep your skills sharp and up-to-date
In this program students will learn beginner and intermediate levels of Data Science with R, Python & Hadoop as well as the most popular and useful packages like dplyr, scikit-learn, and more. Once the foundation of learning has been set, students work on projects throughout the bootcamp. Along the way, students will have assistance in preparing for the job search through resume review and interview preparation.
New York Campus
Summer: August 15 - November 04, 2016
Fall: September 26 - December 23, 2016
Analyst at Spotify
Master of Arts, Psychology, Brandeis University
Three months ago I had no idea what I had signed up for. I wasn't even sure I had made the right choice--not just with NYCDSA, but data science in general. I didn't know how to code and all my statistics experience came from an academic setting. Three months later and I can hardly comprehend how I got to where I am now, but I know for certain I wouldn't have gotten here without NYCDSA. On the first day it was clear that I was a bit of a minority. It seemed that everyone had more experience than I did--I had been a classroom teacher for 6 years, and an English teacher at that--but this wasn't a time for excuses. No matter what level you arrive at, you can't survive the program without being all-in, and that might be its greatest strength. I (and the rest of my cohort) kissed goodbye to our social lives and fought through three of the most challenging, stressful months of our lives. Suddenly I'm a proficient coder in two languages, I understand the statistical nuance behind complicated machine learning algorithms, and most importantly, I landed a job that is wildly better than what I imagined I could get. Seriously. I took the screening interview just for the practice. And then I got another interview. And then another. And then a job offer. And throughout, I knew the answer the virtually every question they threw at me. And for that, I have to thank NYCDSA.