Program Educational Objectives
Five years after graduation the graduates should be:
1. Contributing to the work force in their specialty such as but not limited to data analytics, business analytics, data mining, and data warehousing.
2. Advancing their careers via continuous learning and professional development through the attainment of professional certification, professional study and research or graduate education.
3. Assuming a poisition of leadership within their organization.
4. Contributing to economic development and society through the development, maintenance, and management of data-centric analytics systems used in business, government, or other organizations.
8. Create and manage information systems that allow for effective decision making, increased employee productivity and optimal service of an organization's information needs.
9. Effectively leverage information to gain the best return on investment from an organization's information systems.
10. Gain a strategic competitive advantage by using information to make better business decisions.
11. Graduates of the program can expect to support data warehousing, data mining and geographic information systems to aid in marketing research and segmentation.
|Intro to Data Analytics||Database Management Systems|
|Data Warehousing||Decision Support Systems|
|Data Mining||Knowledge Management|
|Geographic Information Systems||Cyberlaw|
Business Areas of Interest
|Legal Environment||General Busines|
|Data Analyst||BI Project Managemer|
|Business Analyst||BI Architect|
|Data Scientist||Data Mining Architect|
|BI Consultant / Specialist||BI Applications Specialist|
|BI Manager / Director||Data Warehouse Administrator|
Enrollment and Graduation Data
2017 -- 20 Students Enrolled, 2 Graduates
Above is Spring Term Enrollment