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Study the latest in machine learning, artificial intelligence, computer science, mathematics, and statistics as you prep for wide-ranging careers, from cybersecurity to the sciences and health care, from finance and economics to the humanities and more.

Data Science Industry Outlook

Starting Salaries

The Robert Half Salary Report for 2023 lists data scientist median salary at $140,000. Applicants holding a master’s degree can expect starting salaries approaching six figures.

Job Rankings

Glassdoor ranks data scientist among the three best jobs in America for 2022, based on career opportunities, number of open data-science jobs, and average salaries earned.

Projected Growth

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the job market for data scientists to grow 36% from by 2031, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Visualize your Future

The Data Science market is projected to be worth $378 billion by 2030, and learning how to responsibly collect, analyze, and apply data to a variety of fields will be key to success for FSU students now and into the future.

Graduates of the FSU Interdisciplinary Data Science Master's Degree Program will fill a growing demand for a workforce trained in data science, and possess sought-after skills to read, analyze, explore, model, and draw conclusions from the highly complex, multi-dimensional, rapidly expanding and diverse data universe.

Sectors where these skills will prove indispensable include cybersecurity, data information processing, financial services, epidemiology, public health, survey research, airline and auto industries, real estate, online retail and many more.

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