Career Success

Data Analyst was named the #1 job in Glassdoor's "50 Best Jobs in America for 2019." Reports like this confirm that knowledge of data analytics is in high demand, and positions such as data scientist and data analyst are playing vital roles in emerging industries in the technology world.

Where can your Champlain Data Analytics degree take you?

With a degree in Data Analytics from Champlain College, you'll be capable of working with large structured and unstructured data sets and finding insights that will influence business decisions—particularly for platforms such as websites, social media, and mobile devices. 

Our Data Analytics program will prepare you to be a standout candidate for data positions across a variety of industries—in public, private, and nonprofit organizations. You can explore careers in lucrative positions such as:

  • data analyst
  • data architect
  • artificial intelligence (AI) specialist
  • business analyst
  • data engineer
  • data scientist

Maybe you want to land a job at Netflix or work on world health projects and public safety, predict earthquakes, improve security systems, or build automation rules for robots. Our Data Analytics program will prepare you to be a distinguished candidate for these big data positions across a variety of industries. There's a world of opportunity ahead.

Champlain Data Analytics Graduates Are Ready

In addition to the extensive career-focused programs and support offered College-wide, each of Champlain's career-focused majors offers learning opportunities and programs that help our students create highly marketable résumés. Highlights include:

  • All members of the Data Analytics faculty are professionals in their field, which is an essential factor in our students getting the most cutting-edge education in the field.
  • The Data Analytics major is an intense and challenging degree built on a foundation of basic business concepts, such as economics, finance, marketing, and statistics. With this base, students then explore more advanced programming languages and data analysis.
  • Data Analytics students typically take at least one internship over the course of their program, which gives them stellar résumé listings and recommendations.