The numbers speak for themselves: Data know-how is in high demand across all digital industries. Kickstart your journey with introductory big data training and intensive data classes in Austin, and add coveted skills like data analysis, machine learning, and more to your resume.

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Back Up Big Decisions: Learn Data in Austin

Full-Time Immersive Courses


Challenge yourself and change your career with a 10- to 13-week immersive learning experience.


Part-Time Courses


Enhance your professional potential. Learn in-demand skills in evening, weekend, or 1-week accelerated courses.


Meet Some of Our Experts

General Assembly’s instructors are top professionals representing today’s leading Austin-area companies.

J Beightol

J Beightol


Data Science Immersive Instructor

Philip Cannata

Philip Cannata


Data Analytics Instructor

Riley Dallas

Riley Dallas


Data Science Immersive Instructor

Celia Fryar

Celia Fryar


Data Analytics Instructor

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Meet Richard Goodly, Data Science Immersive Graduate, GA Austin

Richard Goodly

What was the best thing about Data Science Immersive for you?


During the DSI program, Goodly not only gained hard skills in today’s most relevant topics — machine learning, Spark, SQL, and more — but also learned to think like a true data scientist. The interactive environment allowed students to explore concepts together: “Those experiences were the best because they provided me the opportunity to study the thought process of a data scientist while working with real-world problems,” says Goodly. “Some things we tried in class didn’t work…so you try another thing. Technology is changing constantly and the biggest thing you can learn is how to keep up.”

Learn more about Goodly's story here.