Undergraduate students in GW’s Data Science Program learn foundational knowledge and skills to confront the most complex problems facing the world today. Data science is a rapidly growing field, and can be a pathway to careers in fields such as business, engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and health care.
The Data Science Program offers a bachelor's degree, minor and combined BS/MS degree, all drawing on the Columbian College Departments of Statistics, Mathematics, Physics, Economics, Geography and Political Science. The three undergraduate data science degrees give students cutting-edge tools for analyzing “Big Data” and give them insight into the changing ways we live, work and communicate.
- Center for Career Services
Take advantage of career and job search coaching, self-assessment services, résumé development, networking and more. (Services offered to students and alumni.)
- Center for Undergraduate Fellowships and Research
Search and apply for undergraduate fellowships and research awards.
- Luther Rice Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Apply for a fellowship to support a research project carried out over several weeks or across multiple semesters.
- Student Accounts Office
View current tuition and aid information.
- Student Financial Assistance
Look for scholarships, Federal Work-Study positions, military benefits and other funding assistance.
- Student Research Commons
Find paid research jobs, fellowships, seminars and other research events available in the GW community.
- Undergraduate Research Award
Apply for this $5,000 research award, open to first-years, sophomores and juniors.