Data Analytics

Live Online Course 8 Weeks Part-Time or 2 Weeks Accelerated

In this entry-level course, you’ll learn to harness the power of data. You'll leave with functional data literacy and the knowledge to make more informed and strategic decisions in your day-to-day work.

What you’ll learn

Our Data Analytics course, available Live Online from anywhere or In-Person in Toronto, will teach you everything you need to know to harness the power of data. This beginner-friendly course is a perfect blend of interactive lessons and hands-on practice, giving you the functional data literacy to make more informed and strategic decisions day-to-day. Some of the things you'll learn are:

  • Spreadsheets and PivotTables

  • SQL and Databases

  • Charts and Data Storytelling

  • Data Science Workflows

  • Python for Data

  • EDA: Exploratory Data Analysis

  • Predictive Modeling

  • Jupyter Notebook

Course Projects

Intro Course – Data Analytics

What will I build?

Dates & Costs


48 hours over 8 weeks

Learn on evenings or weekends in our signature 8-week format, designed to fit in with a busy schedule.


65 hours over 2 weeks

Learn full-time, Monday to Friday for two weeks in this fast-paced format designed for tech-savvy learners.


Mondays & Wednesdays

Get Started

March 15 May 05, 2021

6:30pm - 9:30pm EST

Live Online

Instructed by

The Juno Team


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$2,000 CAD + HST

All of our Continuing Education courses are $2,000 CAD + HST. Talk to a member of our Student Success Team to learn more about payment details and financing options.

Your Data Journey Starts Here

Our Data Analytics Student Experience Package contains everything you need to know about this exciting course, including:

  • Course syllabus and detailed class overview
  • A breakdown of costs and financial aid options
  • Overview of the Juno community and what your experience will be like
  • Real reviews from Juno alumni who've taken this course
  • What your next steps should be
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Data Analytics FAQs

What formats are Juno's courses offered in?

All Juno courses are offered Live Online from anywhere in the world, or In-Person at our campus in the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada. If you choose to learn Live Online, all you need is a computer and a reliable internet connection. If you choose to learn In-Person, you need to be able to attend on campus classes for the duration of your course.

Please note: Due to COVID-19, all Juno courses are Live Online until further notice. Find out more about Juno's Live Online course format here or signup here to be the first to know when our In-Person courses are back.

Who is Data Analytics for?

This beginner-friendly course is for problem-solvers who want to learn how to make more informed and strategic decisions in their day-to-day work. No matter what your role or skill level, learning how to interpret and understand the data your collecting will make you infinitely more valuable.

Do I need to know how to code before taking Data Analytics?

Data Analytics is an entry-level course, so no coding experience is necessary. However, existing coding knowledge will likely make it easier for you to grasp some key data science concepts.

Can I get a job as a Data Scientist after taking this course?

This course is intended to give you a broad level overview of data science, and introduce you to core data concepts that will help you level up in your current role. If you’re looking to make a career change into data science, this course is a great place to start, but additional learning would be required.

Do you provide any career support during and/or after the Data Analytics course?

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to Data Science systems and concepts for problem solving, so we do not currently have career services support for this class. However, you are free to direct questions about this industry to your course instructor.

Is the Data Analytics course the same as the old Data Foundations course?

Yes! This course was previously called Data Foundations, and renamed Data Analytics in June 2020. The course content is still exactly the same, we've just learned that Data Analytics is a better way to describe the content of the course and reach people who are looking to learn about Data Analytics.

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