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Send your cover letter, resume, and copy of grades/transcript of records to:
BPI-UnitedHealth Group Data Science (BUDS) Program
Our program is an intensive 12-month training and job-rotation program that offers handsome compensation and an accelerated development opportunity for recent graduates wanting to pursue a career in the field of data science. It features essential learning experiences and industry-specific training designed to prepare prospective employees of both UnitedHealth Group and BPI. Participants will receive generous compensation throughout the program and successful graduates will be offered attractive opportunities within BPI and UnitedHealth Group.
|Apr 1, 2019||–||Early Decision Notification|
|May 15, 2019||–||Regular Decision Notification|
|Jun 1, 2019||–||Final Deadline for Applications|
|Jul-Dec 2019||–||Data Science Training|
|Jan-Mar 2020||–||Internship with BPI/UnitedHealth Group|
|Apr-Jun 2020||–||Internship with BPI/UnitedHealth Group|
Who should apply?
Recent graduates of Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, or a similar degree with a solid mathematical background in Probability and Statistics, Linear Algebra, and Multivariable Calculus and interested in pursuing a career in data science and applying their knowledge, skills, and creativity to solving industry problems.
What will you learn?
Data Science Toolkit
UNIX, SQL, Github, Python, R, Tableau, Spark, Hadoop
Foundations of Data Science
Advanced Linear Algebra, Advanced Multivariable Calculus, Probability, Regression
Data Science Research
Data Collection and Validation, Experimental Design, Machine Learning, Algorithms, Data Visualization and Presentation
Data Science in the Real World
Data science applications in the health care and financial industries
Who will you learn from?
Our instructors have invaluable industry experience.
These are only a sample of the professionals who will be teaching you:
Andrew Teasdale Ph.D., Training Director, UnitedHealth Group Research & Development
Greg Lyng Ph.D., Research Fellow, UnitedHealth Group Research & Development
Reina Reyes Ph.D., Data Scientist, UnitedHealth Group Research & Development
Eloisa Ventura, Data Scientist, UnitedHealth Group Research & Development