The undergraduate Data Science program at USF is a 4-year major which culminates in a Bachelor of Science degree. The program aims to deliver a high-quality data science education that instructs students in the theory and practice of mathematical and computational analysis of applied data driven problems, and to graduate students with appropriate experience in industry-standard data science tools.
Program Learning Outcomes
Think logically and analyze information critically in a mathematical setting
Reformulate and solve problems in an abstract framework
Express mathematical results verbally, working individually and in collaborative groups
Apply mathematical techniques to specific problem domains
Demonstrate competence with programming concepts, including software development techniques and data structures
Apply mathematical and computational techniques to real-world problems involving large, complex data sets
Visualize, present and communicate analytical results
Major Requirements (56 Units)
All required courses must be passed with a grade of C- or better.