In the University of Denver’s online MS in Data Science program, analytically minded students from diverse educational and professional backgrounds learn how to use data to inform critical strategic decisions. As careers in data science continue to grow, our students prepare to meet the industry’s growing need for forward-thinking data professionals with a variety of unique perspectives.
Students bring a variety of viewpoints and life experiences to the virtual classroom, enhancing their classmates’ ability to approach and solve challenges from every angle.
The ethnicities of our students are as follows: 53.3% White/Caucasian, 15.2% Hispanic, 14.7% Asian, 9.2% Other1, where “other” denotes two or more ethnicities or unknown, 7.6% Black/African American
10% Military Affiliation
Academic and Professional Backgrounds
DataScience@Denver students have achieved a great deal both academically and professionally, and positioning themselves to make sound, data-driven decisions is the next step. Students connect with peers from a variety of locations, cultures, and areas of expertise and learn how to harness the power of data across industries.
Common Undergraduate Majors
3.29 Average Undergraduate GPA
Where Students Have Worked
Pricewaterhouse Coopers (P.W.C.)
Common Job Titles
Quality Control Analyst
Representing 32 states and two countries, DataScience@Denver students build important connections with other data-driven professionals across the globe.
The self-reported information above reflects all-time online enrolled students as of January 2020.
States where DataScience@Denver students reside include Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin. DataScience@Denver students have also come from Russia and Singapore.