Our data science degree will teach you how to collect different types of data (including metadata) and how to use the latest tools to store, process, extract, visualise and find insights within it. You’ll also learn how to turn insights into decisions, and how artificial intelligence is changing how we see the world.

With data playing such a critical role in modern society, learning data science gives you the skills you’ll need to work in a range of fields — from marketing, to mining and beyond. 

Better still, with our data science course under your belt, you’ll have the skills to not only solve problems with data — but to see them before they even happen. Browse our courses to find detailed course information, application dates, entry requirements, fees, subjects, ATAR calculator and more. 

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There's still time to apply for Semester 2

Whether it's business, health, or design you're interested in, TAFE, undergrad or postgrad – Semester 2 classes start on Monday 29 July.

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