Do more with Microsoft Excel. You’ll even learn to model historic stock trends — and, hopefully, beat the market.
Completing a data analytics boot camp is a big step, no matter where you are in your professional journey. Our program is designed to not only equip you with the fundamental tools and skills you need to accelerate your career, but to also provide you with unparalleled support and resources before, during, and after your boot camp.
More than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day — much of which can be used to translate information into global insights, predict future trends, and help organizations make better decisions.
That’s why data analytics is one of the fastest-growing fields in today’s economy, with jobs projected to grow by 31% between 2020 and 2030.1
Additionally, data analyst is one of Glassdoor’s Top 50 Jobs in America for 2022.2
Our Career Engagement Network will help you apply the tools and knowledge you’ll learn in your program to advance your career. They will assist you in developing a strong portfolio, a polished resume, and sharp interview skills. You’ll also have access to free career resources throughout your professional life.
|Time to complete||24 weeks|
|Live classes||9 hrs/week|
|Homework & projects||20+ hrs/week|
3 weekday evenings
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“I have wanted to pursue this career change for many years; however, being a full-time working mother makes it nearly impossible to gain the necessary education. … This program helped me begin my new career path in a field I am very passionate about. It changed my life for the better, for myself and my family!” Kali H.
“I accepted a job position before I even finished [the] boot camp. I have no doubt that being enrolled in [the] boot camp was a big factor in me getting the position. I am incredibly happy and grateful to [the] boot camp for giving me new skills and improving my skills that I had before.” Nathaniel W.
“Career Services prepared my LinkedIn profile in a way that was quickly noticed by hiring managers, and less than a week after graduation I was contacted about a contract-to-hire role that I happily accepted.” Matthew K.
“I was looking for a new exciting career field to get into, and data analytics seemed perfect for my background. This completely changed my life considering I'm on salary now and can build my career in tech from a good spot.” Michael N.
“I truly appreciate the training, support, and networking resources [the boot camp has] given me during this time. [The] Data Visualization and Analytics Boot Camp changed my life. After 10 years of a career break, I got a job as a Python developer.” Nisha K.
Established in 1913, the College of Continuing and Professional Studies is one of the most diverse of the University of Minnesota’s 18 colleges and schools. The college’s purpose is to inspire and serve an expanding population of learners in all stages of life. Each year, the College serves thousands of learners working toward individualized or applied degrees and certificates, accessing University courses, or participating in boot camps, short courses, and events.
This program is offered through the University of Minnesota College of Continuing and Professional Studies, in collaboration with edX.
edX, part of 2U Inc., works with respected universities and organizations to deliver innovative, skills-based training to a community of over 45 million learners around the world to support them at every stage of their lives and careers. edX delivers boot camps through an immersive learning experience with expert services and valuable resources. As of 2021, graduates have been hired by 6,700+ companies, including more than 62% of the Fortune 100.