By Gregory Piatetsky
This blog presents the our survey of Top Certificates and Certifications in Analytics, Data Science, Machine Learning and AI.
|CAP (INFORMS)||Certified Analytics Professional||CAP is an independent validation showing you have superior knowledge of the entire analytics process.||Self-study||$695||Regular rate is $695, but $495 for INFORMS members.|
|Digital Analytics Association||Web Analyst Certification||Obtain professional recognition after demonstrating their knowledge of and competency.||Not stated||$649|
|EMC Corporation||Data science and Big Data Analytics Certification||This open curriculum-based training and certification provides a hands-on practitioner approach to the techniques and tools required for Big Data Analytics.||Not stated||$600||$600 (video streaming), $5,000 (instructor-led)|
|Great Learning (with. U. of Texas in Austin)||PG Program – Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning||Taught using mentored learning model that combines a live interactive online classroom experience, support, and career coaching.||1 year/450 learning hours||$5,500||$5,500 (pay up front), $7,500 (monthly installments)|
|SAS||Big Data Certification||Demonstrate your ability to use the tools and technology designed to handle big data.||Not stated||$2,250||$299 (per month), $2,250 (per year)|
|SAS||Data Science Certification||Make yourself stand out – whether you’re looking to change jobs, get a promotion or sharpen your current skills.||Not stated||$2,250||$299 (per month), $2,250 (per year)|
|TDWI||Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP)||For senior level personnel in IS/IT and specifically in the Data Management and Business Analytics area.||Not stated||$1,799|
|The CAS Institute||Certified Specialist in Predictive Analytics||Offers analytics professionals and their employers the opportunity to certify skills specifically as applied to property/casualty insurance.||150 hours suggested self-study time||1320||Includes online course, exam, course guide, textbooks and SMART Study Aids|
Note: All the hard work of data collection for this post was done by Dan Clark, and I added visualizations and introduction. All the data was current when collected but all costs and times are obviously subject to change.