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According to hiring managers, most job seekers fail to impress on structured thinking and problem-solving.
Our data analytics bootcamp goes beyond just the technical skills, to focus on areas where employers find the biggest gaps -- strategic thinking, problem-solving, and communication.
Watch videos from Microsoft. Learn insights from McKinsey experts. Tackle case studies from Harvard Business School.
You’ll graduate with an analytical mindset. That’s an edge not just for your job search, but throughout your career.
The 400+ hour curriculum features a combination of videos, articles, hands-on projects, and career-related coursework. Studying 15-20 hours per week, you should complete it in 6 months or you can dedicate more time to finish faster.
All data analysis starts with a question. But how does one ask the right question? In this unit, you'll learn to think in a structured manner and break down problems into bite-sized chunks, which can be tested. This will guide your analysis and prevent you from analyzing data for the sake of analysis.
A key skill analysts should have is the ability to structure their efforts around a central theme and present it to an executive with tangible business insight. In this unit, you’ll be introduced to common financial concepts as well as the basics of economics.
You’ve been asked to analyze an extensive set of data so you can answer the burning question your executive has. In this unit, you’ll develop a high-level understanding of what databases are, learn about the databases that you can use in your work, and learn how to communicate with databases.
Coding skills, especially the ability to do data analysis in Python, are an additional skill set which will set you apart from your peers in the job market. In this unit, you’ll learn the basics of Python and key Python libraries, including pandas, numpy, matplotlib, seaborn, and more. You will learn how to import and wrangle data, as well as visualize it.
Data analysts also need to be adept at presenting the results of their analysis to the appropriate stakeholders. This is a key, high-demand skill that separates effective business-oriented data analysts from the rest. This unit covers best practices for presenting to both technical and non-technical audiences, ranging from front-line employees to executives.
In addition to small projects designed to reinforce specific concepts, you’ll complete two capstone projects focused on a realistic data analytics scenario that you can show to future employers.
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Our career-focused curriculum, 1:1 calls with your career coach, and mock interviews, will help you land your dream job. You can access these and all our career support services for 6 months after completing the program.
This bootcamp requires the skills and experience detailed below. If you don't have any experience, our Foundations to Core program will build your knowledge from scratch, before starting the core curriculum at no extra cost.
The Data Analytics Career Track is a 6-month program. Most students devote 15-20 hours a week to complete the course.
Every tuition option comes with Springboard's job guarantee. If you don’t get a data analyst job within six months of graduation, you get a full refund. Read the full Job Guarantee eligibility terms and conditions here
We're the only data analyst bootcamp that teaches you the business thinking skills that employers care about. Designed to fit your schedule at an affordable price.
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A career transition into data analytics is exciting, but involves focused and consistent effort. We are thrilled to have your back in this journey and ask for an equal commitment from you. In order to be eligible for this job guarantee, you should:
There are 4 payment options (all of which come with our job guarantee as long as you meet eligibility requirements). Our two standard payment plans are:
In addition, we have 2 other payment options. These are available by application to qualifying US citizens and permanent residents. If you are not a US citizen or permanent resident, you can still apply for financing with a fully qualifying co-borrower who is a citizen or permanent resident - as long as you both have a US address.
All charges will be in USD (based on the above prices). If you reside outside the U.S., this might carry an additional transaction fee, depending on the bank you use. We display prices in your local currency to give you an estimate of how much you will pay based on prevailing exchange rates, excluding transaction fees.
Yes, we have a financing option available! Students can apply for a loan with our partner Climb Credit, and if approved, use it to pay for tuition. Learn about the application process on Climb Credit's website here.
We do also have a Deferred Tuition payment plan. With this payment plan, you can pay an initial upfront deposit ($500) and then not pay anything else until you graduate. This option is not subject to interest on payment––you will owe a flat fee of $15,000 once you get a job. This fee will also be broken up into monthly payment of $417/month over 12 months.
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