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University of Virginia-Main Campus

Data Science doctoral programs at University of Virginia-Main Campus

University of Virginia-Main Campus awarded 54 Doctoral degree in research/scholarship, 3 Doctoral degree in professional practice and 0 Doctoral degree in other fields in year 2022. Graduate School of Arts SciencePhD students at the University of Virginia who wish to use data-driven approaches in their careers should consider the MSDS GSAS-PhD dual degree program. While working toward a PhD, University of Virginia GSAS doctoral students can learn and apply new data science techniques to their research. Prospective students must plan to take a leave of absence from the Graduate School of Arts Science PhD program for the full 11 months. This fellowship program supports students whose dissertation research and professional goals will derive specific and significant benefit from formal training in Data Science. Students enrolled in an Arts Sciences doctoral program are eligible to apply for the MSDS GSAS-PhD Fellowship in Data Science during their second or third years of enrollment in their PHD program. This fellowship will cover tuition, fees, health insurance, and provide a living stipend equivalent to the support provided by the Graduate School of Arts Sciences for the length (11 months) of the MS in Data Science program. PhD students in their first or fourth year and beyond may MSDS program independently, but will not be considered for this fellowship. Proposals are due on November 1. Fellowship nominees will be notified by the Graduate School by December 1 and must complete the application for admission to the MS in Data Science by December 15. The application fee will be waived for nominees. If their application is accepted, they will be notified of a provisional admission decision by January 15 and complete any remaining pre-requisite training during the spring semester. Subscribe to receive updates from the School of Data Science.