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Master of Data Science

Final deadline for Pitt's MDS is August 16. Enroll today!

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Master of Data Science

University of Pittsburgh

Accredited Master’s Degree

Offered by the University of Pittsburgh

20 months (part-time)

Finish this 30-credit program in 20 months (9-10 hours per week), working at your own pace.

Learn from anywhere

Lecture videos, hands-on projects and live sessions with instructors and peers.

$15,000 Tuition Cost

Pay-as-you-go for the courses you enroll in, one term at a time. (Tuition is updated annually)

Admissions information

This program is targeted at highly motivated graduates and working professionals looking to upskill in this area, as well as graduates entering the field of data science from an unrelated or non-STEM academic or professional background.

At Pitt, there are three academic terms per calendar year. Both Spring and Fall terms are 15 weeks long, while the Summer term is 12 weeks long. Spring 2025 dates will be announced soon.

Admissions Information

Enrollment for Fall 2024 is open!

  • Enrollments open: May 5, 2024
  • Enrollments close: August 16, 2024
  • Classes start: August 26, 2024

Gain admission into the degree through your performance in one introductory course. No transcripts, essays, letters of recommendation, or exams are required! Details.

Interested in learning more?

View our most recent info session on program structure, performance-based admissions, tuition payment options, and more. Watch Webinar

Admissions Information

Enrollment for Fall 2024 is open!

  • Enrollments open: May 5, 2024
  • Enrollments close: August 16, 2024
  • Classes start: August 26, 2024

Gain admission into the degree through your performance in one introductory course. No transcripts, essays, letters of recommendation, or exams are required! Details.

Interested in learning more?

View our most recent info session on program structure, performance-based admissions, tuition payment options, and more. Watch Webinar