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Do I need Master Degree in Computer Science to become a Data analyst or work in analytics field 
I'm curious as to "Do I need a degree in Computer Science to become a Data analyst or work in the analytics field. I did Automation Engineering for my Bachelor's Degree (graduated 2 years ago) . I'm working mostly as a QA checking for minor bugs and fixing the software. I feel that I'm eager to work in something more analytical. As I surf through the Internet for jobs on the analytics field, in every job description it states only that graduates from Bachelor in Statistics or Computer Science. So do I need to pursue a Master Degree in Data analytics or Computer Science. What sort of programming tool is required? Python, VBA, SQL?
 
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