The UNC Greensboro Master of Science in Informatics and Analytics program is a 30-credit degree that requires six core courses, three additional courses in a chosen concentration and a capstone experience in that same concentration.
The six core curriculum courses are:
- Statistical Methods
- Data Analytics
- Data Preparation
- Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics
- Data Visualization
- Analytical Solutions
In addition to the core curriculum, students must select a concentration of interest. Students may select from one of the following concentrations:
- Advance Data Analytics
- Computational Analytics
- Cultural Analytics
- Geo-spatial Analytics
The following concentrations will be available in the future:
- Health Informatics
- Sports Analytics
A final requirement is the completion of a capstone project to gain hands on experience. Graduate students work with local industries and nonprofit organizations to solve important data science problems under the supervision of a mentor.
The costs in the table below is based on the typical full-time student path (9 hours for first three semesters, 3 hours for the final semester) and the 2019-2020 schedule of tuition and fees. To see the most recent schedule, visit the Cashier’s Office website.
|Face-to-Face||Online, Inside NC||Online, Outside NC||Face-to-Face||Online, Inside NC||Online, Outside NC|
|Students Entering Fall 2020||$13,546||$12,599||$20,274||$37,553||$32,772||$20,274|
|Students Entering Fall 2021||$14,446||$13,499||$21,174||$38,453||$33,672||$21,174|
The MS in Informatics and Analytics is a STEM degree.