The person with a degree in Data Science:
- is able to understand the origin and characteristics of the processed data; knows the ICT technologies connected to the life phases of the data, and their performance limits; can analyze and manage the flow of generation, acquisition, transmission and access to data; can manage and integrate heterogeneous archives of statistical and administrative data;
- is able to combine the methods and techniques of social sciences and psychological sciences, business management and public and private administration with the technologies and methodologies of information technology and data analysis of mathematics and statistics, possessing skills in each of the areas and managing to effectively interpret change and technological and organizational innovation in companies and administrations;
- is able to analyse and interpret data according to their nature and variety, applying the most appropriate analytical approach to respond to the activities or objectives of the organization or public or private body.
- is able to identify and access data sources and choose the most suitable and effective methods and models to support and guide the decision-making processes and strategic choices of the company and management, can develop lines of evolution, operational plans and generate indications and programs for the development of action also through the application of techniques to reduce dimensional complexity and the development of predictive models to generate organized systems of advanced knowledge.
- is able to work in interdisciplinary working groups and can use the most appropriate methods of communication and storytelling to present empirical evidence in the most suitable form to support tactical and strategic management decisions, paying particular attention to issues related to the synthesis and effective representation and visualization of information; is able to use fluently English as well as Italian,, in written and oral form, with reference also to disciplinary lexicons.
- has basic legal knowledge in the areas and regulatory issues related to the use of information technology and data processing (with reference, among others, to security issues, protection of confidentiality, legal validity).