Today, organizations increasingly rely on data to drive strategic business decisions. This certificate is designed to provide competence in translating data into meaningful insights and trends. You will be prepared to make sound evidence-based decisions that drives business performance in any functional area of an organization.
At the Walter E. Heller College of Business, Roosevelt offers business education with today's economy in mind. Our degrees keep a tight focus on practical application and success in today's global corporate environment that integrates an emphasis on personal and professional integrity, as well as the importance of social responsibility.
Business problems need solutions based on data. Data and information have grown in exponential terms in most organizations and they struggle to translate the data they have into meaningful business insights and trends. Data Analytics, using a business management mindset, becomes an essential function for consistent and successful decision-making.
This certificate consists of only four courses that will prepare students for the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.
This program provides the working professional a very flexible and convenient way to meet their needs. In this fully online format, students will be able to take classes from home, work, or from out-of-town, at times that will meet their particular situations.
This program will not only strengthen your understanding of data analytics but will provide students with a focus on the actual practice of data analytics with current applications.
This certificate requires 12 credit hours (four courses), with all four classes focusing on data analytics. Specific courses a student will be taking in any semester will be made in conjunction with the Graduate Advisor.
Employment of management/business analysts is projected to grow 14% from 2016 to 2026, far faster than the average for most business occupations. Demand for these services will clearly grow as organizations are becoming overloaded with data as they continue to seek ways to improve profitability, operational efficiency and control costs.