Explore Our Data Programs
Data Science Programs That Fit In Your Schedule
Whether you are an undergraduate or you are interested in pursuing post-baccalaureate study in data science and data analytics, you can expect intellectual challenge and academic excellence from your study at Marquette. Many of our graduate Data Science and Analytics programs are flexible, online and can be pursued on a full-time or part-time basis. Explore all our data science and analytics programs that can help bring you to the next level in your education and career.
If you would like to apply or receive additional information regarding undergraduate or graduate programs, please fill out the short form below.
Information Assurance & Cyber Defense and Big Data & Analytics feature course work related to trends in data management and data analysis techniques.
This online, interdisciplinary program is designed to synergistically combine Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science and Health courses.
Develop strong statistics-based data analytic skills to solve complex, real world problems.
This program’s core courses provide a distinctive blend of theoretical and computational skills which form a basis for advanced data science research.
Designed to connect data analytics and data science skills in an ethically centered manner and knowledge with the needs evident in a host of fields. Program is offered online or on-campus.
Students majoring in data science learn to integrate advanced technology with modern statistical and mathematical practices and have the opportunity to turn data into knowledge and action to benefit society.
This major lives at the leading edge of science and technology, mining big data generated by biological researchers to create meaningful theories and solve problems in the life sciences.
This graduate program is offered jointly with the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) for an improved, more convenient curriculum.
Computational mathematics, the blending of computer science with applied mathematics, provides the computational and mathematical models that record and evaluate data and make predictions.