Case study: creating a data science program for Birmingham Southern College
President of Birmingham Southern College discusses the decision to launch a Data Science program and the drivers behind choosing Flatiron School to support it.
On December 6, 2021, Flatiron School was honored to exhibit at the The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Annual Virtual Meeting
- Rebekah Rombom, Chief Business Officer at Flatiron School
- Daniel Coleman, President of Birmingham Southern College
In their discussion titled “How Birmingham Southern College Built a Data Science Program in 20 Weeks,” Daniel Coleman discussed the College’s decision to launch a Data Science program in 2021 and the drivers behind choosing Flatiron School to support this program.
The goal? To support the launch of a program that addresses the growing need of data science skills in the workforce with the intellectual rigor and context of a Birmingham-Southern liberal arts education.
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Posted by Flatiron School / January 24, 2022
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