M.S. in Analytics (Concentration in Computational Data Analytics)

The Department of Computer Science supports a Computational Data Analytics concentration for the Master of Science in Analytics, a degree program of Georgia State’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. This concentration provides students with a practical and theoretical background in data science and analytics. This program features a multidisciplinary curriculum that draws on insights from computer science, statistics, and business management. The program prepares students to apply the latest data analytics, data mining, machine learning, and statistical methods to growing real-world data sets. Students will learn statistical and computational methods for collecting, storing, and processing data; identifying patterns in large datasets; predicting and interpreting the findings; and making data-driven decisions. Admission to the concentration of Computational Data Analytics requires considerable computer science, programming, and mathematical competencies.

General Information about the Master of Science in Analytics

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Degree Requirements for the Concentration in Computational Data Analytics