Focus on thinking critically through in-depth training in logic, statistics, and algorithmic thinking, using formal, computational, and quantitative approaches to formulate, analyze, and tackle problems.
Learn to communicate effectively at a high-level and deeply analyze communications of various forms. You will form the skills and practical experience to speak publicly, communicate visually, design, debate, and express yourself artistically.
Develop your creative thinking skills and familiarize yourself with methods used in social and natural sciences that teach you to effectively frame problems, identify solutions, develop and test hypotheses, design research studies, and reach plausible conclusions.
Explore how humans function as members of various systems, using concepts such as multiple causality and multi-factor integrations. This course will develop your ability to interact effectively by participating in group project collaboration, negotiation, leadership, and formal debate.
Learn the fundamentals of analytics and design, and how to use infrastructure and technologies to harness massive amounts of data.
The knowledge and skills you’ll acquire within this concentration allow you to future-proof your career and become a vital member of any major global organization.
After completing your Capstone project in the spring semester of your fourth year, you’ll present it during Manifest, a month-long-term that takes place in San Francisco.
Opportunities during Manifest allow you to celebrate the fruits of four years of labor and marks the end of your undergraduate experience at Minerva University.