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Our Data Science Immersive course covers all the necessary tools and concepts used by data practitioners in the industry, including machine learning, statistical inference, and working with data at scale. Students use SQL and NoSQL tools as they advance in the course to build richer predictive models. On graduation, they will have obtained a good grasp of practical, relevant, and up-to-date tools and techniques and will have built numerous data science applications.
Our comprehensive course is 400 hours in duration and can be completed in two different schedules: 10 weeks from Mon to Fri between 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM, or 20 weeks from Mon to Fri between 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM.
Expert-Led Instruction That Gets You Job-Ready: Become a true data practitioner. Gain fluency in the field and collaborate with leading professionals through lectures, research exercises, and real-world client projects.
Exclusive Access to Leaders in Data Science: Our course offers countless opportunities to learn and engage with data science professionals and technologists from around the world.
Gain a Valuable Professional Network: Transform and grow your career alongside peers (and potential collaborators) on campus and in our Connected Classroom. Discover all the different paths you can take with this in-demand knowledge and skill set from those who have walked the walk. The DA community is a priceless resource — just ask our alumni.
Modeling for Insights: Get acquainted to Modeling for insights through a well-rounded technical foundation which includes hands-on Structured Query Language labs, and then Model data using Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) using real-world examples that helps look at the reports in a different way i.e., with the correct model, the correct answer is always a simple one!
Modeling for Prediction: Automation with Machine Learning is the significant aspect of this module. Explore the data to generate hypotheses and intuition and communicate results through Analyzing and Visualizing data with Power BI, Data Shaping through Power Query, and Enterprise Business Process Automate using Power Platform and Azure Cognitive AI.
Scaling for Analytics: Scaling Analytics through the Auto ML – apply regression and classification techniques to power business forecasts and drive decision-making and strategy, Data Engineering through transfer of Power Query and M-Language skills into Azure Data Factory (ADF) and build skills to troubleshoot underperforming queries and drifting Machine Learning models.
Project Capstone: This module serves as the capstone for the 9 weeks of learning through integration of Data Science skills through a project focused on real-world open data. The learner may choose to work alone but preferably in a group of 2-3. In addition, support from staff is provided to tailor the data science process steps to develop a minimum viable data product. A learner is assessed on their problem hypothesis, statistical model, insights delivered through use of the model, flexibility of the model. The goal of this this module is to help a learner to develop an effective LinkedIn Profile, showcase project portfolio, prepare for interviews by revisiting their capstone problem, and share capstone project results.
Certifications: By the end of this course you will have the skills needed to acquire Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900), Power Platform Fundamentals (PL-900), Data Analyst Associate (DA-100), Data Fundamentals (DP-900).
Data Analyst and Data Science Jobs: Equip yourself to succeed in a career such as Database Developer, System Engineer, Database Administrator, Report Visualizer, Power BI Architect, Data Visualization Engineer, Power Query Developer, Cloud Engineer, and Applied Data Scientist.
Our instructors represent the brightest professionals from companies like John Deere, Signify Health, Microsoft, Oracle and Amazon Web Services. They bring in-depth experience from the field to the classroom each day, providing invaluable insights into succeeding on the job.
Naveen Bannagani, Dallas, Lead Data Science Instructor
Marcel Samuel, Dallas, Lead Data Science Immersive Instructor
Drew Minkin, Data Science Immersive Instructor
Strategy and Accountability: Our Career Services team works with you to individualize your path to a new career. Stay on track and motivated from the first day of class!
Resume Review: Learn how to design and tailor your resume to land the career you are looking for. Remember: every word counts.
LinkedIn Optimization: LinkedIn profiles are now mandatory extensions of our resumes. Setting up a thoughtful, well-written profile is the make or break for many inquiring employers. Using industry tips and tricks, we’ll work with you to spruce up yours.
Interview Preparation: Set up mock interviews to nail the real thing. Learn to develop effective interview strategies, get detailed feedback, and reduce stress before actual interviews.
Networking Opportunities: Learn how to navigate uncharted networking waters, tap into our expanding Divergence Alumni network, and watch your support and contacts grow!
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