[ESIP-all] Earn an Earth Data Analytics Professional Certificate from the University of Colorado, Fully Online
earth.lab at colorado.edu
Mon Jul 26 13:45:42 EDT 2021
If you are interested in gaining skills at the intersection of earth and data science, consider the Earth Data Analytics - Foundations<https://earthlab.colorado.edu/earth-data-analytics-professional-graduate-certificate?utm_source=listserv&utm_medium=listserv&utm_campaign=certificate-2019> in Python professional graduate certificate from the University of Colorado, Boulder. This three course, nine credit program is aimed at working professionals and can be completed entirely online over ten months from August through June. Apply by the final application deadline of August 9th to start in fall 2021.
The certificate consists of three sequential courses, which provide the fundamental skills required to work in the growing field of earth data science, including using tools like Python programming to work with varied earth data types and structures as well as GitHub to effectively collaborate on data-intensive projects. Students apply the data science skills that they learn in the classroom to a final capstone project<https://earthlab.colorado.edu/whats-new-earth-lab-blogs?field_topics_target_id=32> where they are paired with professional partners like Google, the World Wildlife Fund, and the USGS. Graduates will be prepared to launch or advance careers as data scientists, GIS/geospatial analysts, remote sensing scientists, or product managers, among others. Recent graduates, experienced earth science professionals, and those looking for a career change will find the skills taught in the certificate applicable.
The content taught in the first two certificate courses is freely available on earthdatascience.org<https://www.earthdatascience.org/courses/>, where you can work through it at your own pace. For more information please visit our website<https://earthlab.colorado.edu/earth-data-analytics-professional-graduate-certificate?utm_source=listserv&utm_medium=listserv&utm_campaign=certificate-2019> or email earth.lab at colorado.edu<mailto:earth.lab at colorado.edu>.
Earth Lab, University of Colorado Boulder
earth.lab at colorado.edu<mailto:earth.lab at colorado.edu>
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