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The Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) will be adding two new tracks for Fall 2022: Educational Measurement & Statistics and Marketing.

 

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The Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) will be adding two new tracks for Fall 2022: Educational Measurement & Statistics and Marketing.

 

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Miami-Dade College and the University of Miami announce Articulation Agreement to the Master's degree in Data Analytics.

 

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Miami-Dade College and the University of Miami announce Articulation Agreement to the Master's degree in Data Analytics.

 

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The Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) offers tailored curricular paths to study big data applications in multiple fields.

 

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The Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) offers tailored curricular paths to study big data applications in multiple fields.

 

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This is a graphic design. The Master of Science in Data Science program does not require its applicants to submit GRE scores.
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Our strategic partnership with the Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) leverages state-of-the-art resources and provides students internship opportunities with industry partners.

 

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Our strategic partnership with the Miami Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC) leverages state-of-the-art resources and provides students internship opportunities with industry partners.

 

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Data Science

The Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) is designed to provide interdisciplinary connections and experiential learning opportunities across all aspects of data science and computing: from machine learning to marine science, from city planning to communications. Students from any academic discipline are invited to explore the possibilities of this degree program, and to consider advancing their careers with the foundational knowledge of how to understand the applications and implications of data in a variety of fields.

The Work We Do

Meet Our Faculty

The Master of Science in Data Science (MSDS) program, provides students with the opportunity to choose an area of concentration, including Technical Data Science, Smart Cities, Data Visualization, and Marine & Atmospheric Sciences.

 

Our esteemed faculty are leading the way in cutting-edge research and applications using big data. Here at the University of Miami, you have the opportunity to engage in graduate work and complete an internship in one of the world’s fastest growing tech hubs.

‘Cane Talks: Responsive Architecture

Tables that tweet. Coffee cups that curate messages. Facades that fuel displays. This talk by Dean Rodolphe el-Khoury, School of Architecture, invites the audience to imagine how our built environment will be transformed by information technology and objects that think, connect, and communicate with us and with each other.

 

Dr. el-Khoury’s research focuses on applications for embedded technology and robotics aiming at enhancing responsiveness and resilience in buildings and smart cities.

Big Data Can Make A Big Difference

With the growth rate for data and information research scientists on the rise, consider a graduate degree in Data Science. Our program offers you the ability to specialize in the arena in which you want to make a difference.

'Cane Talks: Unlocking Information: The Power of Data Visualization

Dr. Alberto Cairo, MS in Data Science Professor and Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the School of Communication, presents on the importance of data visualization - the graphical display of information - as arguably the most powerful tool to help us derive meaning from the enormous amounts of data produced daily.

'Cane Talks: Sea Level Rise in Days and Decades: What’s Coming and What We Can Do About it

MS in Data Science Professor, Dr. Benjamin Kirtman, describes what his research in atmospheric science and big data means for cities across the globe. In his lab at the University of Miami, Ben Kirtman is using one of the world’s largest supercomputers to more accurately predict the risk of severe flooding—in the upcoming weeks and decades.

Data Science at the University of Miami

This photo was taken at the University of Miami Coral Gables campus. Dr. Mitsunori Ogihara is standing back-to-back with a Ph.D candidate. They are standing in the courtyard of the Cox Science Center.

Mining the Data in Science

Computer science professor Mitsunori Ogihara and graduate student Jerry Bonnell designed and taught a pilot class last fall in data science that aims to fill a widening gap of expertise in the field.

This is photo was taken on the University of Miami Coral Gables campus. A student is in the foreground editing a virtual reality app on a computer. Another student is in the background testing out the app. The student in the background is wearing virtual reality goggles.

University community leaps into the "metaverse"

Four years into the XR Initiative, University of Miami students and faculty and staff members conceive new ways to solve problems and improve education by using immersive technology to connect in a network of virtual worlds.

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Endowments will power big data solutions with technical talent

With more than $12 million from the Knight Foundation and Phillip and Patricia Frost, the Institute for Data Science and Computing is establishing its first endowed faculty chairs.

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Mining the Data in Science

Launched this year but built on more than a decade of investments in computing infrastructure and expertise, the Institute for Data Science and Computing is positioning the University at the core of the data revolution.