Master in Computer Science (Data Science)

Type of program: Undergraduate

Duration: 2 years (4 semesters), 120 ECTS

Language of instruction: English

Deegre awarded: Bachelor of science

Study program overview

According to the report Digital Trends 2013 prepared by Deloitte and Allegro, the global Big Data market in 2015 was worth USD 48 billion, almost five times more than in 2012. Although Big Data can help in making important decisions and improve competitiveness only one in four companies in both Poland and the world, recognizes that it can extract the most important information from the data. Therefore, in the case of Big Data projects, despite the advanced technology, an important factor is people who will be able to extract key business information and plan the right development strategy. Therefore, the demand for high-class IT specialists is growing (so-called data scientists). The learner of this date science course will become familiarized with self-assessment of the financial situation of the company, the determination of threats resulting from the analysis of financial statements and ways to limit them, handling large data sets, from initial processing (dealing with out-out points or missing data) to detection and interpretation. The topics discussed will include issues related to variable selection, multidimensional regression and the assessment of predictive models.

Program curriculum

Leadership, Intercultural communication, Statistical methods in business, Contemporary economic models, International public law, Business economics, Management of enterprise on the international market, Business and international negotiations, Sustainable management, CSR, Mathematical statistics and language R, Data visualization, Introduction to data exploration methods, Practical aspects of data preparation, Decision support systems, Analytical business data processing, Bio-inspired methods and algorithms, Deep learning.
 

Career opportunities

This study program will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to run your own business or work in international institutions in the European Union. You can also take advantage of job opportunities in chambers of commerce or business centers and national or international administration.