MS in Informatics and Analytics

Program Overview

The Master of Science in Informatics and Analytics covers modern techniques and applications in the thriving area of data science. Through the coursework (30 credit hours total), you will build the skills to be a leader in a data-driven world. The core courses cover:

  • Statistical methods
  • Data analytics
  • Data preparation
  • Machine learning and predictive analytics
  • Data visualization
  • Analytical solutions

The program also includes coursework in a chosen concentration: Advanced Data Analytics, Computational Analytics, and Cultural Analytics.

The degree concludes with a capstone project that allows you to gain hands-on experience in your field. Altogether this program can prepare you for a career as a data analyst, data scientist, research software developer, or data architect.

Cost

College is an investment in your future, but our goal is to give you an outstanding education at a reasonable cost. A quality education doesn’t have to come with sticker stock. You'll find our costs to be competitive with those of other top-tier universities.

Estimated Tuition & Fees

Residency Status

Per credit hour Est. program cost

In-State

This rate applies if you receive online education in NC and you’re a legal resident of NC.

$450 $13,499

Outside NC

This rate applies if you receive online education in a state other than NC.

$706 $21,174

Out-of-State

This rate applies if you receive online education in NC and you’re a legal resident of a state other than NC.

$1,123 $33,672

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