Drive Your Career Forward With Data Insights

Earn a Syracuse University MS in Applied Data Science Online

Top-Ranked Online Graduate Programs in Computer Information Technology¹

No GRE Required to Apply

Syracuse University’s online Master of Science in Applied Data Science program gives you the tools to enhance your programming skills and build the managerial expertise to rise to the next level in your data science career. Develop an advanced business and technical skillset and immediately begin leading data-driven solutions in organizations across industries.

The program incorporates collaborative online classes and experiential learning opportunities, preparing you to enter a growing field in as few as 18 months. No GRE required to apply.

High Growth and Job Satisfaction in Data Science


Projected increase in demand for data scientists and advanced analysts by 2020²


Average annual salary for data scientists²


Ranking for Glassdoor’s Best Jobs in America³

Distinguish Yourself With Coding Expertise

The MS in Applied Data Science from the Syracuse University School of Information Studies—the nation’s original iSchool⁴—explores leading edge coding and technical analysis techniques professionals need to derive insights in modern business settings.

In addition to developing data mining and machine learning competencies, you will advance your proficiency in languages such as Python and R, allowing you to expertly process and synthesize large unstructured data sets in the field.

Learn alongside students from companies such as:


General Electric



Johnson & Johnson

Goldman Sachs


JPMorgan Chase



Ready to set yourself apart across industries with an MS in Applied Data Science? Learn more about Syracuse University’s online program by filling out the form above.

¹U.S. News & World Report, Best Online Graduate Computer Information Technology Programs (Retrieved February 2021)
²IBM, The Quant Crunch (Retrieved January 2020)
³Glassdoor, 50 Best Jobs in America for 2020 (Retrieved January 2020)
Syracuse University School of Information Studies, History (Retrieved January 2020)