Which are the best courses and college in US to get a good job in Data analytics/AI?

Asked by Niharika Srivastav over 1 year ago

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Joshua Borisova

Joshua Borisova

Founder & CEO at TAXA

Hi Niharika, hope you are doing good!

I understand choosing the perfect course and college can be a bit difficult, considering the number of options available these days. Well, you have standard options like Stanford for data programs or even Columbia University for data analytics or artificial intelligence programs. But unlike specialized tech universities, these I would not suggest. I personally prefer institutes like Carnegie Mellon that are more directional.

Carnegie Mellon University is considered the best artificial intelligence college globally. And it comes with affordable computer science and engineering course. Basically, you have one of the best universities with an affordable tuition fee. Carnegie Mellon University offers MS Artificial Intelligence and Innovation program that ranks among top spots worldwide.


The institute also offers data science courses with many concentrations, like Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (MSIT degree) and Computational Data Science masters. Data and CS courses are a speciality of Carnegie Mellon. If I have to choose an absolute answer, I would definitely go with Carnegie Mellon University.


Another excellent option is Georgia State University. The best program to pursue at GSU is the 1-year MS Data Analytics program. UC Berkeley is also a nice option to have. Though I would only recommend UC Berkeley for AI masters.

All mentioned options are a great way to start your career in data analytics and AI.

 

Hope this helps you make the right decision!


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Gautam Kumar

Gautam Kumar

Building better software for USA based HealthTech and EdTech businesses

Hello Niharika, 

If you are having difficulties in finding the perfect school for your masters, you can check out the FREE school explore tool which generates a customised school list, based on your profile and preferences.

I am sure it would make it a lot easier for you to then narrow down your options. 


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