Data Science at Santa Barbara City College
A pathway for transfer to a 4-year institution and success in the growing field of data science.
At Santa Barbara City College (SBCC), the Central Coast Data Science Partnership initiates a pathway that facilitates community college student transfer, participation and success in the field of Data Science.
As part of this partnership, SBCC faculty will develop a course to introduce community college students to the core concepts of Data Science, a major area of study growing in popularity at many 4-year colleges. This course will undoubtedly help the transfer success rate of SBCC students into a Data Science major at UC Santa Barbara and other 4-year institutions.
Starting in 2021, SBCC students may apply for a summer immersive Data Science program at UCSB. The experience will give students the opportunity to engage in real-world projects while collaborating with UCSB faculty and students, as well as with industry partners. An early engagement in hands-on problem solving will foster a sense of belonging in the field of Data Science and provide a strong foundation for academic and professional success.
- Computer Science, Associate of Science (AS)
- Computer Science, Certificate of Achievement (C)
- Mobile Application Developer, Skills Competency Award (SCA)
- Software Engineering (SCA)
Summer Research Experience
June 28 to August 20, 2021
Application will be available March 2021.
SBCC Data Science Classes
Related SBCC Courses in Computer Science
- CS 101 Computer Concepts (4 Units)
- CS 104 Introduction to Programming (3 Units)
- CS 105 Theory and Practice I (3 Units)
- CS 106 Theory and Practice II (3 Units)
- CS 108 Discrete Structures (4 Units)
- CS 114 Intermediate Python (3 Units)
- CS 133 Introduction to Programming for Engineers (3 Units)
- CS 137 C Programming (3 Units)
- CS 140 Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ (4 Units)
Related SBCC Courses in Math and Statistics
- MATH 117 Elementary Statistics (4 Units)
- MATH 150 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5 Units)
- MATH 160 Calculus With Analytic Geometry II (5 Units)
- MATH 160C Support Course for Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (2 Units)
- MATH 180 Transition to Advanced Mathematics (3 Units)
- MATH 200 Multivariable Calculus (4 Units)
- MATH 210 Linear Algebra (4 Units)
- MATH 220 Differential Equations (4 Units)
- PSY 150 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (4 Units)
- SOC 125 Introduction to Statistics in Sociology (4 Units)