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Faculty What We Offer We are in the midst of a data explosion. Successful reporters must be equipped to make sense of data, critically assess its origins and limitations and use it to deliver accurate and compelling stories to a variety of audiences.
Foundational courses allow those with no data experience to hone their skills in data acquisition, extraction and analysis.
In addition, the journalism school offers an M. We also have a dual degree program in Journalism and Computer Science in which students learn the fundamentals of reporting and writing while developing a working background in computer science and software design.
Whatever their degree choice, students have many opportunities to incorporate data and data analysis into their reporting.
The result is a strong grounding for all students to use data to advance their journalistic work. APPLY Classes In the fall, a foundational, seven-week Data I class teaches the basics of using spreadsheets and databases for reporting to students enrolled in the month M. For more advanced M. The following are introductory classes for students in the month M.
DATA I This course teaches students how to evaluate and analyze data for appropriateness, context and meaning. Students leave the class knowing how to apply basic statistical methods to numerical data sets. They will also learn how to obtain, clean and load various types of commonly encountered data.
They will be drilled on devising interesting, thoughtful and answerable questions to ask of data sets. They will also be taught how to translate the results of their data analysis into clear and concise findings.
Visualization in this course will be used primarily for data analysis and story formation, not publication. Benjamin LesserRobert Gebeloff DATA II This course is designed to give students who have taken and passed and hopefully enjoyed an introductory course on Statistics a more advanced treatment of the process of storytelling with data.
Throughout we will emphasize best practices for documenting your code and analysis "showing your work".
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Mark Hansen In the spring, M. In addition, several of the spring classes incorporate a data component in their coursework. The following are introductory data classes for students enrolled in the month M. Students in the data degree take a separate menu of classes throughout the three semesters they are enrolled in the School see here for more information.
Students in the dual degree program with Computer Science have a mandatory fall class, The Frontiers of Computational Journalisma hands-on introduction to the areas of computer science that have a direct relevance to journalism.
The following are week data classes offered in the spring semester and open to all master's students: The classes listed here represent recent offerings at the Journalism School. Choices vary each semester depending on faculty availability and other considerations.
Classes described now may change or be dropped to make room for new additions.Online classes.
With online classes, you'll complete the same coursework you would in a classroom, except you get to decide when to work on your weekly assignments and deadlines. The Columbia Three-Year J.D./M.B.A.
Program prepares students for effective and creative leadership at the intersection of business and law. Non-subsidised Graduate Programmes By Coursework.
Non-subsidised programmes are self-funded programmes not subsidised by MOE.
Students enrolled in the programmes will not be eligible for Tuition Fee Loan or Service Obligation Scheme. Contact Us. Hamilton Hall Mail Code Amsterdam Avenue New York, NY [email protected] The Postbac Premed Program allows students, alongside all other Columbia University undergraduates, to complete the academic prerequisites for admission to schools of allopathic medicine, osteopathic medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and graduate programs in allied health fields such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, or physician’s assistant programs.
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