Data Analytics is growing rapidly in organizations across the globe. From large to small, public to private, and profit to nonprofit, organizations are using analytics to improve decision making. Executives realize that leveraging new technologies and better utilizing available data can lead to more effective strategies and, ultimately, to better ways to service their customers.
However, many organizations lack the knowledge to effectively utilize data analytics. As a result, a strong demand for professionals with analytics skills has developed and will continue. The Data Analytics certificate prepares individuals to develop logical data models, construct data warehouses, build visually effective data displays and use sophisticated analytical techniques to glean valuable insights.
Curriculum (click on course number for description)
The certificate includes 4 core courses (8 credits) and two elective courses (4 credits).
|CORE (8 semester credit hours required):|
|BANA 6043||Statistical Computing||2|
|BANA 7038||Data Analysis Methods||2|
|IS 6030||Data Management||2|
|IS 7034||Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence||2|
|ELECTIVES (4 semester hours required):|
|BANA 6037||Data Visualization||2|
|BANA 7046||Data Mining I||2|
|BANA 7047||Data Mining II||2|
|IS 7032||Database Design||2|
|IS 7036||Data Mining for Business Intelligence||2|
|IS 7038||Managing Business Intelligence Projects ||2|
The electives listed above represent the typical set from which most students will choose. Students may be able to choose other electives to match specific career goals, with the approval of the Program Director.
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