Data Analytics Certificate
Coming in 2024
We're always iterating in response to the evolving market trends in technology. You'll learn the hottest tools of today, but more imporantly you'll gain a lasting foundation for the tools of tomorrow.
Our instructors are experienced data analytics professionals delivering lessons and projects developed by and for data professionals. Learn from seasoned instructors, supported by dedicated staff who sincerely care about your educational success.
Classes are live-streamed online each day, marrying the flexibility of online learning with the interactivity of classroom instruction. Need a place to study? Co-working space is available for students at any U.S. WeWork location.
From exposure to our ever-growing network of employers to resume and portfolio reviews, our dedicated Student Success Team is here to help you throughout class and into the job search.
What is Data Analytics?
Companies rely on data to help identify challenges, capitalize on opportunities, and make timely business decisions that could materially affect their bottom line. Data Analysts are at the core of the decision-making process, weaving complex, raw data and numbers into digestible and visual stories that drive actionable change.
Is Data Analytics for you?
If you love numbers, problem-solving, and are naturally curious, this may be the right fit for you. Data Analysts are the ultimate detectives, diving deep into data to seek out patterns and trends and translate them into a complete picture. This class is suitable for motivated learners who are serious about pursuing a career path in data analytics. No prior analytics or coding experience is required.
High Level Curriculum
At DigitalCrafts, you will learn the most cutting edge tools and strategies for the job market today. More importantly, you'll learn how to stay cutting edge for the job market tomorrow.
Data Analysis Fundamentals
In this course, you will study fundamental data analytics concepts. You will explore summarizing and visualizing data, core concepts in probability and statistics including but not limited to, definition of sample spaces, probability distributions, numerical summaries of data, and confidence intervals.
Computer Programming Foundations
In this course, you will be introduced to the fundamentals of computer programming using a high-level programming language like Python. You will explore topics including how to program using functions, variables, conditionals, and loops, and using different data types and data structures to create simple programs
In this course, you will study programming libraries specifically designed for data analytics. You will practice using functions within these libraries to load, analyze, and draw conclusions from large datasets.
Databases & Data Architecture
In this course, you will study techniques for querying data from SQL databases. Topics include practice translating business requirements into queries, filtering data, aggregating data, and joining data across multiple tables.
Business Intelligence Development
In this course, you will study how modern Business Intelligence software is used to model and visually represent data. You will explore techniques for choosing appropriate visuals, how to derive metrics from various calculations, and best practices for backend data modeling.
In this course, you will explore the analysis and predictive modeling concepts key in Data Analytics. You will be introduced to algorithms used in both supervised and unsupervised machine learning and model development in cloud base programs such as Databricks or Snowflake.
Coming in 2024
17-Weeks | Full-Time
Times are listed in Eastern Time Zone, but students join from all over. The below schedule is meant to demonstrate a typical day, but every class is different.
Weekdays | Lectures & Assignments
Students often start the day with a combination of live lectures streamed via Zoom and hands-on assignments designed to enforce data analytics topics covered.
Weekdays | Projects & Labs
DigitalCrafts takes a hands-on approach, and the Data Analytics program applies real-world examples and issues to simulate what you may encounter in a typical work environment. During labs, you can expect to utilize program languages, systems, and models used by data analytics professionals and review common scenarios.
Accelerated Learning and Continued Development
Maximum Effort Required
This program will challenge you, and after a full day of class our students are often charged with completing additional assignments designed to push their abilities as far as possible given such a condensed amount of time. This commitment of time and energy requires grit and determination, but you can do it if you believe in yourself and put in the work.
Exclusive Benefit for Students & Alumni
A career in software requires a lifetime commitment to learning new skills and technologies. You don't want to look up one day and find yourself a Blackberry developer in the age of the iPhone! We hold exclusive periodic elective workshops for students and alumni to help provide continuing education opportunities in myriad complementary topics. Every technology professional has heard the interview question, "Do you have experience with _?" This is our way of filling in the blank.
Data Analytics Bootcamp FAQs
Base tuition for all bootcamps is $9,500. A refundable $99 deposit is required to enroll.
The remaining tuition may be paid in full before class starts, with an installment plan while in class, or financed over 3 to 10 years through one of our lending partners (though you're welcome to use your own if you'd prefer).
Scholarships and other offers are available for those who qualify to help reduce costs.
No, though prior experience is welcome, it is not required to apply to DigitalCrafts. Incoming students are assigned the applicable 'Intro Course' to help ensure everyone has some exposure before class starts.
In the DigitalCrafts data analytics bootcamp, you will explore data analytics foundations before moving on to the Python program. You will study Python programming basics and how to write custom functions. You will then apply your learning to understand how to analyze, summarize, compare, and visualize data using databases, business intelligence, and machine learning.
A data analyst works to create a visual story of raw data that makes it easily understood so that organizations can use that information to make decisions. They may generate standard or custom reports summarizing business, financial, or economic data for review by executives, managers, clients, and other stakeholders.
Online data analytics bootcamps are coming in 2024. Our full-time bootcamps will be 16 weeks and our part-time bootcamps will be 26 weeks.
DigitalCrafts Bootcamps are a truley immersive Monday through Friday experience. If dedicating 40+ hours per week isn't in the cards, consider a part-time format, which is designed with working professionals in mind.
Windows: Must be running Windows 8 or later in a 64-bit environment.
Reliable broadband internet for streaming class.
Camera and microphone (laptop built-in should be fine).
16+ GB RAM Memory, 512 GB SSD (with 80+ GB available).
Important: Apple Mac computers may not work for this class. We're working to find a suitable solution, but Windows only until further notice. Mac's are not (yet) supported by several important tools required for completion. Chromebooks and iPads are also not sufficient.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicts that data science-related fields are projected to grow 36% by the year 2031.* According to the BLS, the median annual wage for a data scientist was $100,910 in May 2021*. Some potential career paths for a data analytics professional may include Business Analyst, Business Intelligence Analyst, Data Analyst, Data Scientist, Computer Programmer, and Management Analyst.**
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Analysts (https://www.bls.gov/ooh/math/data-scientists.htm.)
**DigitalCrafts cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement. The list of career paths related to this program is based on a subset from the Bureau of Labor Statistics CIP to SOC Crosswalk. Some career paths listed above may require further education or job experience.
The Data Analytics Bootcamp explores standard data analytics tools, strategies, and techniques that would find key data trends and insights to make informed decisions. Data Analysts can be found working in a variety of fields ranging from political campaign management and financing to software development and medicine.
- The gathering, cleaning, and processing of data using SQL queries
- Producing reports or dashboards in platforms like Power BI
- Assisting in the set up of a company's data infrastructure
- And more
Students receive career support with their program which includes portfolio guidance, mock interviews, and virtual career fairs. In addition, our dedicated Student Services Team is available to provide detailed feedback on everything from cover letters and resumes, to projects, portfolios, and emails to potential employers.
DigitalCrafts offers students several options to pay their bootcamp tuition. For more information on those options, visit our tuition and financing page.
If you aren't certain or not ready to take the step to a full course curriculum, DigitalCrafts offers free introductory courses designed to give you a jump start on your bootcamp education. These courses allow you to explore our different course offerings and choose the educational path right for you.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Analysts (found here, visited June 13, 2022).
**Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Projections - Fastest growing occupations, Data scientists and mathematical science occupations, all others (found here, visited June 13, 2022).
***DigitalCrafts cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement. The list of career paths related to this program is based on a subset from the Bureau of Labor Statistics CIP to SOC Crosswalk. Some career paths listed above may require further education or job experience.