If you're looking to specialise or upskill in this field, this master's will equip you to apply data science techniques in your current role and organisation, or to progress onto new work opportunities. Looking at the full data science pipeline, you'll learn to understand organisational requirements and ethical conduct; design research studies; and employ data engineering skills to gather, transform and clean small and large-scale data. Gain the skills and tools to design and implement data science projects and programmes to solve real business and societal issues. Undertake exploratory analysis, using statistics, machine learning and predictive modelling. Present and communicate results to stakeholders, and become adept at implementing production workflows and solutions. You'll work on live data science projects, using data and issues from your own company (if applicable) and those of our industrial partners. The course has been developed as part of the Institute of Coding's University Learners employability initiative, to ensure it equips data scientists with the skills needed by industry. Your newly-acquired skills will set you up well for work as a data scientist, business analyst, data engineer or chief data officer.
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
- British Computer Society
We normally require an honours degree at 2:2 or equivalent in a relevant subject. Experience with quantitative methods and/or coding is highly recommended. Relevant subjects include: Computer Science, IT or other computing subjects, Maths, Statistics, any Engineering subject, any quantitative subject such as Physics, Chemistry, Business, Marketing, Economics, Psychology and Social Sciences. We can consider applicants who do not meet the normal entry requirements, but who have relevant professional experience or qualifications. In your application, you should describe in detail your professional experience and qualifications. You are also required to complete a personal statement for the January entry to this programme. Please read the Personal Statement guidance carefully: https://www.uwe.ac.uk/courses/applying/postgraduate-applications/personal-statement and make sure that you answer the questions on the Postgraduate Application form within the Personal Statement tabs, keeping to the advised word count.
Fees and funding
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