Creativity and innovation are integral components, and you may want to keep this inspiration rolling through summer. If summer session appeals to you, browse through the below to see what’s on offer in the area of Analytics and Data Science.

Arguments, Evidence and Intuition (36200)

This subject promotes development of numeracy, quantitative literacy and critical thinking skills. Informed citizens need these skills to participate in discussion of significant issues in culture and society. Using primary research materials, governmental reports, stories, and claims drawn from current media and other sources, participants analyse and identify key features of numerical data and graphical illustrations used to support argument.
By examining the ways that quantitative data can be collected, used and abused as evidence for supporting argument, participants have an opportunity to develop habits of mind and lifelong learning skills that can be applied to the questions that should be asked, as informed citizens, of arguments and the supporting data. Participants apply their skills to construct a narrative that uses graphical and numerical data to tell a story, or support an argument, based on the principles explored in the subject.

Arguments, Evidence and Intuition (36201)

This subject promotes development of numeracy, quantitative literacy and critical thinking skills. Informed citizens need these skills to participate in discussion of significant issues in culture and society. Using primary research materials, governmental reports, stories, and claims drawn from current media and other sources, participants analyse and identify key features of numerical data and graphical illustrations used to support argument.
By examining the ways that quantitative data can be collected, used and abused as evidence for supporting argument, participants have an opportunity to develop habits of mind and lifelong learning skills that can be applied to the questions that should be asked, as informed citizens, of arguments and the supporting data. Participants apply their skills to construct a narrative that uses graphical and numerical data to tell a story, or support an argument, based on the principles explored in the subject.