Data Science & Analytics Bootcamp
Give your learners the skills and knowledge to spearhead data analysis and digital innovation in today’s workplace.

Future-Proof Career Training

The rapid pace of corporate digitization is reported to be at rates 20 to 25 times faster than previously thought possible, leading to a widening workforce skills gap and a deficit in qualified candidates in data analytics and other sectors. Technologies such as artificial intelligence are generating more and more data, but that data doesn’t mean much if organizations can’t analyze it effectively.

This is where data scientists and analysts come in to identify and solve complex problems not always visible to the untrained eye. Having the aptitude necessary to be a successful data professional stems from the right training to carry the learner throughout their career. Students enrolled in the ThriveDX Data Science & Analytics Bootcamp learn methods for managing and analyzing large datasets, including data wrangling, statistics and probability, and artificial intelligence, to be on the edge of data-driven innovation.

Data Science & Analytics Program Outline

The Data Science & Analytics Professional Bootcamp is built for learners of any professional background who have a strong affinity for technical solutions, enjoy aspects of conceptual and visual design, and seek creative ways to solve problems. The program provides learners with the skills and hands-on experience companies seek in qualified data professionals. This ensures that learners complete the program with a robust GitHub portfolio of real-world projects that demonstrate they are ready to join the workforce and contribute to a company’s ability to solve complex problems.
In their first 30 hours, learners are introduced to core data science and analytics topics, such as computing basics and the data life cycle. Course participants will have the opportunity to learn the basics of a Jupyter notebook and interact with a Titanic dataset. They will pull the project materials from a GitHub repository and walk through it in a Google Colaboratory notebook. Learners can then look forward to completing three more projects throughout the remainder of the program to add to their personal portfolios.
Learners are introduced to SQL, which is a popular language used to query databases. Using SQL, learners will import data into databases, query data, join data together, filter and sort data, create views, and export data. Further, learners are introduced to database design and learn how to manage their own databases.
This course aims to enlighten learners on how statistics and probability are used in business decision-making. This course aids the learner in building a strong foundation in descriptive statistics, conditional probability, and advanced modeling techniques. Microsoft Excel is used to provide a practical application to theoretical discussions. Learners develop the ability to approach real-world problems from an analytical perspective with confidence.
Learners discover the power of a story and how to develop a story arc around their data goals. Successfully communicating data insights depends on the audience of stakeholders and the story points that speak to their needs and expectations. Learners continue to keep a data story thread throughout their entire data wrangling adventure as they frame their data goals with purpose.
This milestone project allows learners to explore their skills in the areas of statistics, Excel, SQL, and data storytelling. Learners are able to demonstrate their ability to clean and manipulate a dataset. Additionally, learners perform advanced statistical analysis on the data using summary statistics, linear regression, and modeling. Finally, they put their visualizations and insights into a coherent data story to present to their classmates. The data analytics milestone project is formally reviewed by the instructional team. Learners then incorporate their projects into their GitHub portfolio.
Learners explore the fundamental concepts of programming and how to structure their analyses. Topics include core programming concepts such as expressions, data types, variables, functions, loops, and arrays. Learners practice their coding skills through building highly structured and maintainable code using Jupyter notebooks.
Learners develop core data wrangling skills by expanding their Python programming skills. Learners explore a series of data analysis processes from sourcing, curating, and importing data to exploratory data analysis, data cleansing techniques, and data visualization techniques. Next, learners expand their toolbox by using industry-standard software to automate data wrangling processes.
Learners explore visual dynamics and principles to produce effective data visualizations that show the most important parts of data to stakeholders in a clear and simplified way.
Building upon the skills learners gained in their previous SQL and Databases course, this course extends the learner’s skill in SQL programming and covers topics such as stored procedures, functions, common table expressions (CTEs), and query optimization. Learners also develop ETL scripts and data pipelines combining the use of SQL and Python.
This milestone project focuses on developing the learner’s ability to attain, transform, investigate, and present data throughout a data project life cycle. Learners demonstrate their ability to build data pipelines and wrangle data into a usable format for downstream data visualization and analytics. Learners present their reports and findings to classmates and then incorporate their projects into their GitHub portfolio. The instructional team reviews projects in this milestone.
Learners build upon visual communication concepts by learning to use popular industry business intelligence tools to create insightful analyses and visualizations. Learners also develop and apply best practices for reporting, graphs and charts, and dashboards in a way that can be applied in any business intelligence application.
In this course, learners examine core concepts and methods used for big data and IoT, including characteristics of big data, data warehousing, data lakes, data virtualization, and cloud-based data infrastructure services. Learners build upon their previous knowledge of Python by using PySpark to access big data and create analytics models.
Learners analyze a variety of use cases in a business context for determining appropriate machine learning methods to apply. Through a series of Python lectures and labs, and using Jupyter notebooks, learners investigate and apply supervised and unsupervised machine learning algorithms, including classification, clustering, association rules, and time-series forecasting. Next, learners explore several advanced methods, including natural language processing, neural networks, and deep learning.
After an introduction to machine learning-created AI in the previous module, learners explore a variety of pre-packaged AI cloud services offered by leading providers like Microsoft, Amazon, and Google. AI provides a more targeted data analytics experience, as it produces a greater amount of data insights through various applications of computer vision, speech recognition, natural language processing, and robotics.
Learners meet the challenge of presenting their data insights and visualizations clearly and with ease to diverse types of stakeholders. They learn how to organize data visualizations around a goal and integrate a story arc to keep their audience engaged. Learners work on their own individual project that incorporates skills and knowledge gained throughout the program. This milestone culminates in a final project presentation that capitalizes on their data analysis, data storytelling, and presentation skills. Finally, learners share their work by uploading their completed projects to their GitHub portfolios.
Learners integrate with Career Services and the career curriculum to acquire the knowledge and skills to be successful in the digital job market. This preparation ensures learners possess the tools to readily apply to opportunities in the field.


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Why Choose ThriveDX



Students receive the dynamic, hands-on data science training needed to enhance their skill sets in alignment with the demands of today’s employers. Career services are built into the program to get your learners ready to transition to digital careers in this rewarding field.



The ThriveDX Data Science & Analytics Bootcamp gives your learners the skills applicable to industry-recognized certifications, including Microsoft Certified: Data Analyst Associate, IBM Data Analyst Professional Certificate, and IBM Data Science Professional Certificate.*



As your education partner, ThriveDX is here to provide enrollment and admission services, marketing support, and talent matching so you can focus on what matters: cultivating a digital workforce that thrives.
* While the curriculum covers much of the knowledge needed to perform well on industry exams, this program is not a test-preparation program, where the primary focus is the learner’s performance on the exam. The program is designed to teach in-demand knowledge for today’s workforce. Certification exams are not conducted as part of the program and require additional costs not included in tuition.


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