Data Science

12 weeks to a successful career in Data Science and Python programming.

Dive into the world of Data Science, data modeling, machine learning, and more in this advanced Deep Dive Coding Bootcamp. You will learn to solve critical business problems within your domain of expertise with new skills in Python programming, modeling, and data analysis. Students will work on labs and projects to build and maintain data models. Graduates will be able to design and implement a real-world model producing actionable information.

Data science and AI skills have been identified by the World Economic Forum as an emerging prospect in the future of work, with the number of job opportunities in this field expected to grow by 450,000 from 2020-2022. Glassdoor estimates that Data Scientists are well compensated, with an average salary in Albuquerque of $75-$125K, and up to $140K nationwide.

 

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"The Data Science bootcamp lived up to the Deep Dive Coding mantra of intense and immersive work. At the end of your bootcamp experience you gain a technical and tactical understanding of what it really means to be a data scientist!"

Santana, cohort 1

“I can't say enough good things about this bootcamp. It would be hard to best this program with quality of instructors, course material, and student support. Highly recommended and worth every dollar.”

Gabriel, cohort 3
Nevin Martin Data Science Instructor

Nevin Martin, Lead Instructor

Nevin is an experienced statistician with a passion for teaching. After receiving her B.S. degree in Finance from the University of Arizona, Nevin started a private tutoring company where she worked with students in the areas of mathematics and statistics. She then went on to receive her M.S. degree in Statistics from the University of New Mexico and she joined Sandia National Laboratories as an R&D statistician. At Sandia, Nevin collaborated on a wide range of projects that included work in machine learning, data visualization and modeling, and uncertainty quantification of computer simulations. Additionally, Nevin had the privilege of combining her love of coding and data science by developing and teaching the first Introduction to R statistical programming course at Sandia.

Kyla Bendt, Assistant Instructor

Kyla developed her passion for teaching while working as a math and science tutor in college. She went on to spend 12 years working in many different roles at a GIS software company. Looking to add to her skills and interested in trying something new, she took Deep Dive’s Fullstack Web Development Bootcamp in 2019. When Deep Dive announced a new Data Science Bootcamp, she jumped at the opportunity to combine her interests in teaching, coding and math as an assistant instructor. Kyla has an Associate’s degree in General Science from San Juan Community College in Farmington and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from New Mexico Tech in Socorro. She likes mountain biking, baking bread and going over the ABC’s of web development with her young son.

Get College Credit

After you have completed this bootcamp, you will receive a certificate of completion, not a degree. You can receive Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) from Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) if you do decide to later pursue a degree, getting free credit for classes that are similar to what you learned in the bootcamp. Learn more about non-credit to credit CPL at CNM.