Graduate programs in data science

Overview

The University of Minnesota's graduate programs in data science provide a strong foundation in big data and its analysis.

Data science students are able to tap into experts and resources from thirteen areas across the University, including the College of Science and Engineering, the School of Statistics, the Institute of Health Informatics, and the School of Public Health Division of Biostatistics.

Program options

There are currently three graduate program options available:

In addition, the new Data Science in Multi-Messenger Astrophysics program is a collaboration between the Statistics, Physics, Astrophysics, Data Science, Computer Science & Engineering, and Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate programs.

Program staff

Dan Boley headshot

Daniel Boley

Director of Graduate Studies
6-209 Keller Hall
boley@umn.edu
612-625-3887

Allison Small

Allison Small

Graduate Program Coordinator
4-192H Keller Hall
Current students: csgradmn@umn.edu
Prospective students: csadmit@umn.edu
612-626-9647