From NASDAQ points to Seamless orders, insights from the data produced in NYC alone could drive business strategy worldwide. Learn to make critical decisions using your own data sets with GA’s data classes in New York City. You’ll get introductory big data training, and dive deep into SQL, Python, and Tableau.

 

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Learn Data in New York City

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.


“The Data Science Immersive is a great course for gaining real skills that reflect what companies need, such as Python and machine learning. The course is taught with tools data scientists really use and love.”

Joseph Kambourakis, Data Science Immersive Instructor

Meet Some of Our Experts

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

Adam Blomberg

Adam Blomberg


Data Science Immersive Instructor

Nikolai Chowdhury

Nikolai Chowdhury


Data Analytics Instructor

Melissa Guller

Melissa Guller


Data Analytics Instructor

James Larkin

James Larkin


Data Science Instructor

Navin Manglani

Navin Manglani


Data Analytics Instructor

Michael Roman

Michael Roman


Data Science Instructor

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Student Projects

Read Like You Tweet

Read Like You Tweet


Karsten Kreis, a Data Science graduate from GA New York City, uses the principles of data science, including machine learning, data analysis, and APIs to create Read Like You Tweet. In this innovative student project, Kreis trains a multiclass Logistic Regression model to recommend New York Times articles based on a user’s tweets. Click through to see what your tweets say about you.

Predicting Loan Defaults

Predicting Loan Defaults


After taking a part-time Data Science course on our New York City campus, Oleh Dubno learned to use predictive modelling techniques, including decision tree regression and the confusion matrix. Dubno applies these techniques to an ambitious final project that predicts the likelihood of a loan recipient defaulting on a loan.

NYC Parking Violations

NYC Parking Violations


A graduate of GA’s part-time Data Analysis course in New York City, Eckert Chu crunches data from the NYC Department of Transit to understand patterns in parking ticket fines. Check out which borough issues the most tickets, and which months out-of-town tourists are most likely to be fined.