DAT 3380: Introduction to Data Science (5)


An introduction to data science using R. This course provides an overview of concepts, skills, and technologies used for working with large, complex, and messy datasets. Provides an introduction to the full data workflow, from data acquisition and cleaning to exploration, analysis, visualization, and communication of final results. Explores ethical and social considerations inherent in working with "big data," including privacy, design, reproducibility, and bias. Using real-world datasets, students will explore, visualize, and pose questions about data.

Equivalents: MAT 3380 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: (MAT 2360: C- or better OR PSY 2360: C- or better OR SOC 2360: C- or better OR CRIM 2360: C- or better OR BUS 2700: C- or better OR MAT 2200: C- or better OR EGR 2200: C- or better

DAT 4500: Data and Society (5)


In this course students will analyze, writeup, and publish insights on real-world data. In addition, students will explore and reflect on social, ethical, and theological implications of data and the practice of data analytics. Typically offered: Spring. May be repeated for credit 2 times.

Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: MAT 3380: D or better