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28 Nov 2023

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27 Nov 2023


365 data science vs 365 careers

Hi! I wanted to know whats the difference between 365 data science and 365 careers(offered on Udemy)

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28 Nov 2023


Hi Shashank,

Thank you for reaching outl!

We’re glad that you are interested in our courses!

To answer your question, the course on Udemy and the courses on the website are different.

To be more specific, we are launching a new course on Udemy almost every month, and they cover the subject matter in less detail. The track on the website, on the other hand, contains all our data science courses that we have ever created and will continue to create. The Udemy Data Science course is about 30 hours long (as of today), while The 365 Data Science Program - 173 hours.

That said, the Data Science Program (on the website) is a subscription-based model.

What this means is that students get access to all the courses in the training as well as all updates and new courses as they become available.

The program also includes Premium support and direct and almost immediate access to the instructors.

The Data Science Program on the website is intended as a comprehensive program where all courses work together.

It contains all the essential tools for becoming a data scientist.

Particular differences with the Udemy course are parts dedicated to Excel, R, SQL, SQL + Tableau, SQL + Tableau + Python, as well as our specialized courses - Time Series Analysis, Credit Risk Modeling, Customer Analytics, and Web Scraping.

Moreover, we are committed to continuously extending it, so it is a product in constant development. Each month we launch at least one new course to our library!

Regarding certification, on Udemy you've got the Udemy certification, while on the website - a 365 Data Science branded one. They differ in what is written on them (e.g. on our website we include the specific names of the topics included in the program), while the Udemy certificate contains the name of the Udemy course you have completed.

I hope you found this information helpful! 

The 365 Team

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