Due to the unique nature of the MSDA curriculum, each student should be able to access a laptop computer with the minimum configuration of
CPU: Core i7 (preferred) or Core i5
RAM: 16G Bytes
Storage: SSD 256G Bytes (highly recommended)
Screen size: 15” or above
This computer will enable you to download the necessary environments, tools, applications, and course materials to engage in classroom exercises, in-class quizzes, midterm and final exams, as well as class and master projects.
DATA 200, Computational Programming for Data Analytics, is a remedial course in addition to the 10 required courses of the MSDA degree. As a remedial course, DATA 200 does not count towards earning your degree. The tuition cost of DATA 200 is $2,250 for Spring 2023.
The location and time of DATA 200 Waiver Test for Spring 2023 posted here in January 2023. A student must indicate “Intent to Enroll” via Next Step in order to take this test. This is a closed book and close note test. Only pens and pencils and erasers are allowed to be on the table. Each student must present a government-issued identification with a photo. The scope of this test includes Python language, data structures and algorithms. This test may include some common test formats such as multiple choices, short answer questions, and coding exercises.
Each conditionally admitted student is required to pass either the DATA 200 Waiver Test or the DATA 200 class offered in Spring 2023. A student who fails this test can’t take another Waiver Test in a coming semester. A student who fails this test must enroll in DATA 200 in Spring 2023. Conditionally admitted students may choose to skip this test if they already know they want to enroll in DATA 200 in Spring 2023. A student who fails the DATA 200 class in Spring 2023 will have one and only one more chance to enroll and pass this class in Fall 2023. The status of a student who has passed the Waiver Test or the DATA 200 class will be changed from “Conditionally Classified” to “Classified” at the end of the Spring 2023 semester.
You can take a class from another program if you receive the approval by the Director/Graduate Advisor of the other program.
Unless you receive the pre-approval by the MSDA Graduate Advisor, a course taken from another program can’t be counted toward your MS in Data Analytics degree.
Before taking a course from another program, please email email@example.com for more information.
If you do not attend SJSU in your first term of admission, your status will be cancelled. You will need to re-apply through the California State University website to attend SJSU at a future time. (Please refer to http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/faqs/Attendance_and_Policy_FAQs/index.html#q4)
For students admitted before fall 2020, please refer to http://www.sjsu.edu/pdp/faq/?
Please refer to the Schedule session.