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Help your organization grow with a business analytics degree.

No one can predict the future, but those who can analyze data do have an advantage. You thrive on cost-benefit analysis, have a knack for understanding metrics and want to keep your organization from repeating mistakes as it looks to the future — which is why your next step could be to earn your business analytics degree one 6-week course at a time. You’ll have the opportunity to tailor your degree at an accredited university by choosing electives that you find suit your individual needs and the needs of your organization and you’ll save time and money by transferring credits earned previously and have work experience evaluated for potential credit. Your instructors average more than 10 years’ teaching experience and more than 20 years’ professional experience — and they bring examples of problems and solutions they’ve encountered into the classroom.

When you choose to earn your business analytics degree online, you’ll have the option to tackle your classes anywhere with an internet connection, saving you time and money on your commute.

An analytics degree offers you a comprehensive education in a developing field and focuses on the practical application of conceptual knowledge. Students who pursue a master’s program with a business analytics certificate are often prepared for a wide range of career opportunities in computer and software installations, programming techniques, process and data flow analysis and cost benefit analysis.

 


 

You can earn your business analytics degree online in the following programs:

 

BACHELOR'S DEGREES


 

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology:

Tailor your bachelor's degree in information technology by taking electives in Data Analytics. By adding these elective courses to your program, you'll focus on various topics including:

  • Data science
  • Statistics for decision making
  • Data visualization

 

MASTER'S DEGREES


 

Master of Information Systems with a Graduate Business Analytics Certificate:

With this online analytics certificate, you'll develop the statistical analysis, data relationship management and analytical programming skills needed to help businesses make evidence-based decisions. It includes instruction in optimization theory and teaches you the mathematical techniques needed to forecast operations and predict potential problems. You’ll learn:

  • How to develop and plan for the maintenance of databases for storage of business data
  • Mathematical techniques needed to forecast operations and predict potential problems
  • Retrieve and analyze data using appropriate statistical operations for use in decision making within an organization

 

 

Why Phoenix?

Part of the College of Information Systems and Technology, our analytics degree programs are taught by instructors with more than 20 years’ professional experience with more than 60 percent of instructors having worked for a Fortune 1000 company or subsidiary.

You’ll experience small class sizes that average fewer than 14 students providing you with the attention you need from instructors.

One course at a time
When earning your degree, you’ll get to take just one 6-week class at a time.
Industry alignment
The curricula in the online analytics degree aligns with the material on the AS® Certified Statistical Business Analyst certification exam.
Accreditation
Since 1978, University of Phoenix has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and its predecessor.

If you have questions about enrollment, student life, scholarships or want more information about earning your business analytics degree online, fill out the form and an enrollment representative will contact you.

Take the next step — use data to assist in future predictions and help your organization grow and prosper with a business analytics degree.

For important information about the educational debt, earnings and completion rates of students who attended this program, visit www.phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html.

While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.