How to Become a Data Analyst
Do You Need a Degree to Be a Data Analyst?
No, you do not need a degree to be a Data Analyst, but you do need the right hard and soft skills to be considered for a role in data analysis.
Keep in mind that traditionally, most entry-level Data Analyst jobs have required at least a bachelor’s degree. And having a master’s degree in Data Science or Business Analytics is very helpful—in 2017, IBM found that 39 percent of Data Scientists and Advanced Data Analysts jobs required a master’s or PhD.
Kick-Start Your Data Analyst Career
We offer a wide variety of programs and courses built on adaptive curriculum and led by leading industry experts.
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Recommended Courses for Data Analyst
The Data Science Full-Time program is an intensive course designed to launch students' careers in data.
The part-time Data Analytics course was designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of data analysis.
Taught by data professionals working in the industry, the part-time Data Science course is built on a project-based learning model, which allows students to use data analysis, modeling, Python programming, and more to solve real analytical problems.
The part-time Machine Learning course was designed to provide you with the machine learning frameworks to make data-driven decisions.