Data Science lies at the intersection of statistical methodology, computational science, and a wide range of application domains. The program focuses on topics such as reproducible data analysis, collaborative problem solving, visualization and communication, and security and ethical issues that arise in data science.
Bachelor of Science (Or equivalent) in Computer Science (or equivalent), the average grade must be better than 6.0 and a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics is also highly encouraged.
Students with bachelor’s degrees in the natural sciences, mathematics, computer science, or engineering are invited to apply for admission. When applying, select “Engineering and Applied Sciences” as your program choice and your degree and area of interest in the Area of Study menu. PhD applicants must complete the Supplemental SEAS Application Form as part of the online application process. Applicants to our terminal master's degree programs need not complete the supplemental application.