ChooseWhy Choose This Program?
Why Study Integrative data analytics at Goucher?
Integrative data analytics majors will graduate from Goucher prepared and competitive in their field, well grounded in a mathematical foundation, and with computational competence. Students will gain the ability to analyze robust datasets, an interdisciplinary perspective that has a human and ethical focus, and a perspective that a liberal arts college has the unique ability to provide.
LearnWhat Will You Learn?
What Will You Learn?
The newly created integrative data analytics major is a deeply interdisciplinary program in which students can choose to specialize in data and mathematical sciences or another existing major such as economics (other tracks in the social sciences, sciences, and humanities are on the way). Students choosing to specialize in another existing major will apply data analysis, mathematical modeling, and computational techniques in courses like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to solve complex problems in that discipline.
DoWhat Will You Do?
What Will You Do?
Graduates will be qualified to work as a data analyst in a variety of disciplines, including medical fields. This major gives students discipline-focused training in data analytics and a broad liberal arts education, which benefits both graduates and potential employers.
Phong Le, Ph.D., and Thomas Kelliher, Ph.D.
Full-Time & Half-Time Faculty
Justin Brody, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Associate Professor
Justine Chasmar, Ph.D. in Engineering and Science Education, Assistant Professor
Joseph Cutrone, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Visiting Assistant Professor
Rachel Grotheer, Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences, Assistant Professor
Thomas Kelliher, Ph.D. in Computer Science, Associate Professor
Phong Le, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Associate Professor
Micah Webster, Ph.D. in Mathematics, Associate Professor
Jill Zimmerman, Ph.D. in Computer Science, Professor
Goucher College integrative data analytics majors and minors use study abroad as an integral component of their studies. Some choose to pursue semester long programs that afford them the opportunity for fieldwork and research on topics of their interest. Others choose to participate in Goucher College Intensive Course Abroad (ICA) courses, sometimes in addition to semester long study. Many students work with research and ideas generated by their study abroad in subsequent study in Baltimore, in internships, and in their Capstone projects. Regardless of the type of program, students gain a global perspective that enhances their course of study.