The Master of Urban Spatial Analytics program is training a new generation of data scientists to tackle complex public policy problems. Using geo-spatial computing methods and open source software tools, our students and faculty seek to create positive change through data-driven decision-making. Responsible, domain-savvy data scientists can enable governments to understand what works, and decide how to deploy limited resources to benefit the public. In the MUSA program, we aren’t training engineers, we are empowering social science students to use technology to solve problems that they find meaningful.
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