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The private, public, and research sectors rely heavily on data science and engineering for analyzing and translating massive, complex, heterogeneous, and dynamic data into manageable forms, creating new information, and providing insights in order to better understand phenomena and guide decision-making. The advanced knowledge gained through graduate-level data science and engineering programs is needed across a wide range of commercial, non-profit, government, and academic settings.
Graduate programs are offered both on campus and in entirety by distance methods. Discover more about the graduate programs in Data Science and Engineering.
Data Science and Engineering News
UMaine study finds connection between partisan politics and effective face mask production during pandemic
UMaine and lobster industry team up on innovative collaboration to map Maine’s fishing effort
Onsrud talks with BDN about new data science and engineering graduate program
WVII talks with Hahmann about using AI to predict urban flood damage