Apply for the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc) through the Dunedin campus in 2020Apply Now
Apply for the Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc) through the Dunedin campus in 2020Apply Now
Apply for the Diploma for Graduates (DipGrad) through the Dunedin campus in 2020Apply Now
Data science is the science of learning from data. Data science brings together techniques and methods from computer science, information science and statistics in order to extract knowledge from large, complex datasets, and to communicate and apply this knowledge.
If you enjoy problem-solving and wish to combine your interests in statistics and computing, a degree in Data Science will appeal to you. You will learn how to use technology to acquire, handle and analyse data, and how to think critically and ethically.
Graduates in Data Science obtain data-driven jobs in business, industry, government, consulting and science.
Applied Science programme
- Bachelor of Applied Science* (BAppSc)
- Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc)
- Diploma for Graduates (DipGrad)
*It is a requirement that every Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc) normally includes an approved minor subject or an approved second major subject. Usually such a minor or second major subject must be selected from the approved combinations of major subjects with minor or second major subjects. Some exceptions may apply. For details see:
See the full list of:
- Computer and Information Science (COMP) papers
- Computer Science (COSC) papers
- Information Science (INFO) papers
- Statistics (STAT) papers
Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc) majoring in Data Science
COMP 101 Foundations of Information Systems
COMP 120 Practical Data Science
COMP 160 General Programming
COSC 241 Programming and Problem Solving
INFO 204 Introduction to Data Science
STAT 210 Applied Statistics
STAT 260 Visualisation and Modelling in R
COSC 343 Artificial Intelligence
INFO 304 Advanced Data Science
STAT 312 (to be introduced 2020)
One of COSC 344 Database Theory and Applications, STAT 310 (to be introduced 2020)
144 further points, including either requirements for an approved minor or approved second major subject or other approved papers.