Data Science @ CofC


At the College of Charleston, data science students are taught to scrape, process, organize, and analyze large data sets to identify patterns and trends. They learn to use the tools and problem-solving skills of mathematics and computer science to gather information from large, multidimensional data sets, data streams and complex systems.

Whether you plan to crunch numbers for the sports analytics, precision medicine, predict the stock market, or leverage big data to provide business insights, you’ll get the required background here.

Consistently ranked as one of the top fields to watch in the next decade, recent graduates at the College of Charleston have obtained positions at industry-leading analytic companies or obtained graduate school fellowships to Ivy League colleges. Our new curriculum allows you to customize your experience to focus on emerging fields such as biomedical informatics, business analytics, bioinformatics, geoinformatics, physics, digital humanities, and health informatics.