The world is awash in data that can offer valuable insights into many disciplines when used wisely. Data scientists are skilled at collecting, organizing and analyzing many types of data using sophisticated techniques. Today’s leaders increasingly rely on data scientists to answer important questions, make informed decisions and build systems that automatically incorporate incoming data to monitor and improve these systems. By pursuing a data science minor at Wheaton, you will learn statistical, mathematical and computing techniques that will prepare you for employment and graduate studies through applied coursework with access to state-of-the-art laboratories, internship funding, faculty mentorship and career guidance.
- Data Science Minor Minor
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