We’re honored and grateful that we’re a top ranked Data Science Bootcamp by Career Karma for Q1 2020, a leading ity in the bootcamp community of students. These awards were granted based on reviews from our alumni who’ve transformed their careers through our data science program.
Start your career as a data scientist in New York
At Flatiron School, we teach today’s in-demand tech skills, through our dynamic, immersive courses taught by experienced, passionate industry professionals. But we don’t stop there — we pair a rigorous curriculum with dedicated Career Services professionals who are committed to helping you find a job you love.
We’ve been building communities of learners since 2012. Build your network as well as your knowledge with a diverse, supportive group of peers committed to growth and change.
Our instructors have both industry and teaching experience and are backed by our Master Teachers and Learning Experience Designers to ensure you get the best possible support.
Everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed, which is why we provide a variety of payment options — so you can focus on your education and your career, not your tuition.
Our New York Data Science grads land jobs in tech
Our 2020 Jobs Report is proof that aspiring data scientists and analysts in Chicago are attending Flatiron School and launching promising new careers.
For job-seeking Manhattan campus Data Science graduates included in the 2020 Jobs Report including full-time salaried roles, full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, and freelance roles, and part-time roles during the reporting period (see our Jobs Report).
For job-seeking Manhattan students who accepted full-time salaried jobs during the reporting period and disclosed their compensation. The average starting salary for students who took full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, or freelance roles and disclosed compensation was $40/hr. Average pay for a part-time role was $24/hr (see our Jobs Report).
Where our graduates work
What you'll learn: data science & machine learning
From Python to Machine Learning, our 15-week data science training program gives you the breadth and depth needed to become a well-rounded data scientist. You’ll also leave with an understanding of how to discover new techniques as your career progresses.
Every 3 weeks you’ll be introduced to a new module that builds off the learnings of the previous section while allowing you enough time to dive into each area for a thorough understanding of the subject matter.
The Data Science program moves quickly and our passionate students embrace that challenge. While no experience is necessary to apply, we require you to demonstrate some data science knowledge prior to getting admitted, then complete a prework course before Day 1. To help you prepare for our bootcamp, we provide a free introductory course. This prework ensures you come in prepared and are able to keep pace with the class.
Our first module introduces the fundamentals of Python for data science. You’ll learn basic Python programming, how to use Jupyter Notebooks, and will be familiarized with popular Python libraries that are used in data science, such as Pandas and NumPy. Additionally, you’ll learn how to use Git and Github as a collaborative version control tool. To organize your data, you’ll learn about data structures, relational databases, ways to retrieve data, and the fundamentals of SQL for data querying for structured databases. Furthermore, you’ll learn how to access data from various sources using APls, as well as perform Web Scraping.
Finally, we’ll conclude with a heavy focus on visualizations as a way to go from data to insights.
At the end of this module, students will use their newly learned skills to collect, organize and visualize data, with the goal to provide actionable insights!
Variables, Booleans and Conditionals, Lists, Dictionaries, Looping, Functions, Data Structures, Data Cleaning, Pandas, NumPy, Matplotlib/Seaborn for Data Visualization, Git/Github, SQL, Accessing Data Through APIs, Web Scraping
Having learned how to gather and explore data with Python and SQL you can now go deeper into analyzing that information with statistics. In this module, you’ll learn about the fundamentals of probability theory, where you will learn about probability principles such as combinations and permutations. You will go on and learn about statistical distributions and how to create samples when distributions are known. By the end of this module, you will be able to apply this knowledge by running A/B tests. Additionally, you’ll learn how to build your first (and important) data science model: a linear regression model.
Combinatorics, Probability Theory, Statistical Distributions, Bayes Theorem, Sampling Methods, Hypothesis Testing, A/B Testing, Linear Regression, Model Evaluation
Module 3 is all about machine learning, with a heavy focus on supervised learning. To start, you will go a little deeper into regression analysis, learning about extensions to linear regression, and a new form of regression: logistic regression. In building regression models, students will learn about penalization terms, preventing overfitting through regularization and using cross validation to validate regression model.
Next, you’ll learn how to build and implement the most important machine learning techniques. You’ll learn about classification algorithms such as Support Vector Machines and Decision Trees. Additionally, you’ll learn how to build even more robust classifiers using ensemble methods such as Bagged and Boosted Trees, and Random Forests.
Linear Algebra, Logistic Regression, Maximum Likelihood Estimation, Optimization Cost Function, Gradient Descent, K Nearest Neighbors, Decision Trees, Ensemble methods, Pipeline Building, Hyperparameter Tuning, Grid Search, Scikit-Learn
After a full module on supervised learning, this module focuses on a variety of advanced Data Science techniques. You will start with learning about unsupervised learning techniques such as clustering techniques and dimensionality reduction techniques. Next, you will be introduced to threading and multiprocessing to be able to work with big data. In doing so, you’ll learn about PySpark and AWS, and how to use those tools to build a recommendation system. Next, you will get an in-depth overview of deep learning techniques, learning about densely connected neural networks, enabling high-performing classification performance. Next, students will learn how to use regular expressions in Python, and how to manage string values, analyze text and perform sentiment analysis.
Dimensionality Reduction, Clustering, Time Series Analysis, Neural Networks, Big Data, Natural Language Processing, Text Vectorization, Natural Language Toolkit, Regular Expressions, Word2Vec, Text Classification, Recommendation Systems
In our final project, you’ll work individually to create a large-scale data science and machine learning project. This final project provides an in-depth opportunity for you to demonstrate your learning accomplishments and get a feel for what working on a large-scale data science project is really like.
You and your fellow students will each pitch three different ideas and then decide on your final project with your instructors. Instructors advise on projects based on difficulty and feasibility given the course’s time constraints. At the end of the project, you’ll receive a grade based on various factors.
Upon project completion, you’ll know how to construct a project that gathers and builds statistical or machine learning models to deliver insights and communicate findings through data visualisation and storytelling techniques.
Join the fastest-growing corner of the tech industry
More than ever before, companies are relying on data to make business decisions. Without data science, these industry trends stay undiscovered — no story to tell and no insights to share. In order to determine business goals, more and more companies are looking for data scientists to fill in the gaps. Data science is one of the fastest-growing and sectors of the tech industry.
Growth in Data Science Jobs Since 2012
The course will qualify you for a position as a data scientist or a data analyst. If you have a professional background in programming, you may also be able to get a position as a data engineer or a machine learning engineer.
Meet your teachers
At Flatiron School, we believe that great teachers help us understand topics on a profound level and inspire us to become continual learners. With experience in the field and in the classroom, our data science instructors are dedicated and thorough. Simply put: you learn from the best.
Sean Abu joined Flatiron School after working for IBM as a Data Scientist Consultant and as a high school economics teacher. As a lead instructor, he combines his past experiences to prepare students for their future.
After earning a Masters in Statistics from New York University, Fangfang worked as a data scientist in the public policy and start-up sectors. However, her love of teaching led her to join Flatiron School as a lead instructor.
David is a quantitative methodologist specialized in education research. He worked for the New York City DoE as a teacher and researcher, and earned his doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Navigate tech's top opportunities with the help of our Career Services team
At Flatiron School, you won’t just learn data science. You’ll also learn "How to be a No-Brainer Tech Hire" and effective job seeker. With 1-on-1 career coaching, a robust employer network, and a proven job search framework, our Career Services team is committed to helping you launch a career in tech.
During your job search, you’ll meet weekly with your dedicated Career Coach. Coaches help with everything from résumé review to interview prep, and help you tell your story to land your first job.
We’ve built relationships with hiring managers at top companies across the world, creating a robust employer pipeline for Flatiron School grads. Our Employer Partnerships team is constantly advocating for our grads and helping you get in the door.
Through 1-on-1 guidance from our Career Coaching team and our tried-and-true job-search framework, you’ll gain the skills and support you need to launch your career.
Find the right tuition plan for you
You'll be able to choose from 2 different payment options
Make an initial deposit of $500 to secure your seat, then pay the remainder of your tuition in one lump sum before class begins.
Maximum tuition under this plan: $16,900
Pay with a loan
Dedicated to making our programs more accessible, we offer competitive financing options through Skills Fund and Climb, two accelerated learning financing companies.
Maximum tuition under this plan: $16,900 plus interest
The Access Scholarship
The Access Scholarship opens doors for aspiring innovators who may have experienced barriers to an education before, empowering them to enroll for $0 payment upfront. Scholarships are awarded on a monthly basis. Learn more and see if you qualify.
Join a Live Accelerated course
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|Apr 26, 2021 – Aug 6, 2021||Open –|
|Jun 7, 2021 – Sep 17, 2021||Open –|
|Jul 19, 2021 – Oct 29, 2021||Open –|
|Aug 9, 2021 – Nov 19, 2021||Open –|
Take the leap and start your journey
Flatiron School curates a community by admitting students who bring creativity, ingenuity, and curiosity to the classroom.
Submit your application. Share a bit about yourself and what’s driving you to start a career.
Speak with an Admissions representative in a non-technical interview. This is an opportunity for us to get to know each other a little better. Nothing technical — just a friendly conversation.
After writing and submitting some code on Learn.co, you’ll attend a live interview session with an instructor to assess your understanding of the material.
Receive your acceptance decision from Admissions. This usually happens within 4 business days.
If accepted, you'll begin course pre-work to prepare for the first day of class.