Businesses can’t use data unless they have qualified professionals to read and interpret it. That’s where you come in. Our Graduate Business Analytics Certificate equips you with the skills to identify meaningful patterns in data and use those patterns to measure an organization’s performance. And since courses are just 6 weeks long, they won’t get in the way of your busy life.
Develop and plan for the maintenance of databases
Retrieve and analyze data using appropriate statistical operations
This course provides a foundational workshop on customer relationship management (CRM), which is a major component of organizational business intelligence (BI). This course will help you prepare to take the Oracle® Business Intelligence Applications 7 for CRM Essentials Certification (1Z0-524). This certification identifies professionals skilled in implementing solutions based on Oracle® Business Intelligence Applications for CRM source systems. The certification covers such topics as Oracle® BI applications and business intelligence, BI architecture, security, data warehouse, project planning and deployment, and Siebel CRM.
This course is an introduction to analytic programming, an essential component of business analytics. Analytic programming combines statistical processes and programming to identify meaningful patterns in data as well as construct useful models. Topics include data access, data structures, data management, data functions and structures, reports and error resolution within the context of a statistical analysis framework. This course is aligned to the SAS Base Programmer Certification.
This course covers Statistical Business Analytics. The course includes the topics of analysis of variance, linear and logistic regression, preparing inputs for predictive models, and measuring model performance. This course is aligned to the SAS Statistical Business Analyst Using SAS, Regression and Modeling certification.
This course introduces the role of computer information systems in today's business environment. An overview is presented of the infrastructure, data, network, software, and hardware that make up computer information systems, the systems development process, and state-of-the-business topics of which management personnel should be aware.
This course provides an introduction to how data is architected and organized. It discusses the different data models used to store data, it outlines several schemas that drive how data is structured, and provides other database concepts relating to the design and architecture of data.
BSA/531: IT ARCHITECTURE IN THE AGE OF CLOUD
BSA/550: Customer Relationship Management
BSA/570: Analytic Programming
BSA/580: Statistical Business Analytics
CIS/568: Information Systems Concepts
DBM/502: Database Management
General Education Courses:
Attend class whenever it fits your life, day or night because our online classroom is available 24/7/365. Your academic counselor will help schedule your courses for a Graduate Business Analytics Certificate.
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