Bay Path University Partners with Google for Applied Computing Series

Bay Path University announced a new collaboration with Google to offer computer science, data science, and machine-learning courses to its undergraduate students. Bay Path is one of only four colleges and universities and the only women’s college selected nationally to collaborate with Google to pilot all three offerings in its new Applied Computing Series.  “Bay Path students from just about every discipline have been engaged in our Google partnership courses during the pilot period,” said Tom Loper, associate provost and Dean for Bay Path University’s School of Science and Management. “They have been learning how to program using Python, and they love it. As they approach increasingly challenging problems with Python, they are learning how to ‘think like a data scientist,’ just as one of the course titles suggests. We could not be more pleased with the quality of the learning process. Our faculty have truly enjoyed collaborating with their Google colleagues, as well as the faculty from other colleges and universities in the partnership.”

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