Graduate Certificate in Data Science
The Graduate Certificate in Data Science is a course that complements existing skill sets and provides opportunity to up-skill for positions that have a rigorous quantitative aspect.
Why study Data Science?
In the digital age data is the core asset of every organization. It provides the basis for sensible, evidence-based decision making, and the ability to manage and make sense of the modern workplace. The volume of data is growing exponentially hence the employment demand for data scientists is growing strongly.
The Master of Data Science is an entry-level postgraduate course that complements any existing skill set and provides opportunity to up-skill for positions that have a rigorous quantitative aspect.
Why study at UNE?
UNE has had extensive experience teaching computer science and IT.
The Graduate Certificate in Data Science is designed for graduates from all disciplines to complement their existing skills with a solid background in statistics and computer science, preparing them for advanced subjects in data science.
Data science is a rapidly growing field with outstanding employment prospects for appropriately qualified professionals. Potential positions include: data scientist, business intelligence analyst, data engineer, data architect, data strategist, healthcare data managers, bioinformatics analyst, computational scientist and research scientists.
All units approved for your course are listed in the Program of Study
Unit details such as the trimester of offering, unit coordinator’s name and contact details plus advice on any special requirements for the unit, are provided on the Course and Unit Catalogue. Simply enter the unit code in the Unit field under Quick Search on the left-hand side of the screen.
On campus students
When you have determined which units you wish to enrol for, you must check the Timetable to ensure that for there are no lecture clashes.
When planning how to complete course requirements, you will need to consider the prerequisite requirements for units and the trimester in which units are offered, to ensure that you can complete your course within the period of candidature. If you are unsure how to structure your studies, your Course Coordinator will be able to provide assistance and advice.
If you should fail one or more units, it is strongly recommended that you contact your Course Coordinator for advice on how to adjust your course plan, taking prerequisite requirements and trimester of offering into account, to ensure that you are able to progress your studies.
If you have completed prior study at a tertiary institution you may be eligible for advanced standing (credit or recognition of prior learning). Please scroll down to the “Advanced Standing towards UNE Science Courses” tab, for advice on what you are required to submit with your Advanced Standing application.
Please note: It can take up to eight weeks to have an application for advanced standing processed so you should submit your application well before the beginning of the trimester in which you intend to commence study. This is especially necessary if you need to know what advanced standing you have been granted in order to enrol in the correct units.