Big Data Science Certified Professional (BDSCP)

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About the BDSCP Program

  • Curriculum Overview
  • Certification Benefits
  • The Big Data Science Certified Professional (BDSCP) program from Arcitura is dedicated to excellence in the fields of Big Data science, analysis, analytics, business intelligence, and technology architecture, as well as design, development, and governance. A collection of 15 courses establishes a set of 7 vendor-neutral industry certifications with different areas of specialization.

    Founded by best-selling author Thomas Erl, this curriculum enables IT professionals to develop real-world Big Data science proficiency. Because of the vendor-neutral focus of the course materials, the skills acquired by attaining certifications are applicable to any vendor or open-source platform. 

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  • Each BDSCP Certificate of Excellence is a formal documentation of accomplishments that proves that a candidate has demonstrated proficiency in a formalized field of practice within the Big Data industry. The attainment of a BDSCP certification brings with it several benefits that allow successful candidates to master Big Data from an industry and vendor-neutral perspective, become proficient in

    Big Data concepts, techniques and practices, learn about the mature and proven parts of the Big Data industry, become recognized as an accredited Big Data professional, better assess commercial and open source products and services offered in the Big Data market and be assigned project roles and responsibilities suitable for skillsets proven by their certification. 

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Explore Certification Tracks with the BDSCP Matrix

The Big Data Science Certified Professional (BDSCP) program offers 7 certification tracks, each dedicated to a specialized field of practice within the Big Data industry. Visit the BDSCP Matrix page for an overview of the certification tracks and their associated BDSCP courses. Use this matrix to plan your path to accreditation!