One in a series of articles profiling university programs focusing on big data and analytics education.
Educators at Carnegie Mellon University were getting it from both sides.
Students in the university’s Heinz College, which includes a School of Information Systems and Management, as well as a public policy program, were clamoring for more courses on data analytics, machine learning and predictive analytics. At the same time, many of the Pittsburgh-based university’s corporate partners like PNC Bank, Citicorp, IBM and Xerox, were searching for graduates to fill out their data teams.
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