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The Data Incubator is a Cornell-funded data science training organization. The Data Science for Business Leaders bootcamp course is aimed at business professionals who want to learn about data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. No technical background is required. You should take this course if you work with data scientists or analysts regularly, manage teams or projects with a significant data component, or find yourself translating between technical teams and management.
Learn from The Data Incubator's experienced data science instructors dedicated to teaching data analytics.
Understand the business implications of technical decisions and be able to assess the risk-reward trade-offs of different projects.
This course was designed for the busy lives of working professionals with a part-time schedule and recorded lectures.
Learn how to communicate business objectives to data scientists and engineers and translate data science insights for business professionals and decision makers.
Live lectures allow you to ask your instructor questions and interact with your classmates.
Small class sizes ensure you have plenty of access to your instructor and can receive personalized feedback on your progress.
This module is aimed at business professionals who want to learn about data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
This course is for you if:
The Data Science for Business Leaders course is designed for participants to gain the following:
To get more information, including the dates, and to get a detailed syllabus, enter your information below. The course tuition is $1095 with early-bird discounts available.
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