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Berkeley offers a variety of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students, including majors and minors, master's programs, and PhD programs with interdisciplinary designated emphases in data science.
UC Berkeley Computing, Data Science, and Society offers quality undergraduate education programs in computer science, data science, and statistics.
Berkeley offers a variety of opportunities for graduate students, including master's programs and PhD programs with interdisciplinary designated emphases in data science.
Data Science Advisors are available to help undergraduate students navigate UC Berkeley, understand requirements, choose classes, and make the most of your college experience.
The EECS Center for Student Affairs provides academic and administrative services to current and prospective undergraduate and graduate students to achieve their academic and career goals.
The Department of Statistics provides support for prospective students and current students in the undergraduate and graduate programs. They are available for academic and personal advising and encourage students to meet with them to discuss academic plans, coursework, personal concerns, and any other matters.
Are you a student looking for research programs, internships, workshops, and other student focused opportunities? Below is a collection of academic enrichment programs available at CDSS:
Undergraduate Degree Requirements
Students who were admitted to Berkeley prior to Fall 2024 have the option of completing their CDSS degrees by meeting the L&S requirements or the CDSS course requirements, but CDSS policies will apply. Beginning Fall 2024 and onward, newly admitted students must meet CDSS course requirements and policies.
- College of Computing, Data Science, and Society Requirements *Pending approval by college
- UC Berkeley Campus Requirements
The College of Computing, Data Science, and Society (CDSS) at UC Berkeley brings together programs, schools, departments, and partners to create accessible and equitable educational opportunities and catalyze groundbreaking research that meets society's greatest challenges. We are reimagining inclusive collaboration to tackle the technical, scientific, social, and human dimensions of urgent challenges in health and biomedicine, climate and sustainability, and human welfare and social justice.