Bachelor of Science in Analytics
The Analytics B.S. degree will allow graduates to pursue careers in a variety of fields requiring data analysis skills and work in companies and not-for-profit organizations, government agencies, research institutions, education and health care organizations. Graduates may also continue graduate education in Analytics and other related fields.
The major requires completion of 12 four-credit courses (48 credits) in which students develop knowledge and skills for conceptual understanding of real-world problems and data reflecting them; data organization and modelling; data analysis and applications; presentation and communication of analyses.
To further develop understanding of conceptual problems faced by organizations, the major requires that students complete a disciplinary minor (or second major).
Total Credit Hours required for B.S. degree in analytics is 48 credits.
|Ethics In a Digital World
|Conceptual data understanding
|Microeconomic Principles: Public Policy
|Data Collection & Analysis
|Introduction to Computer Programming
or CTIS 331
|Management Information Systems (BUS 243)
or GEOL 215
|Analytics for Business and Government (ACCT 328 or MATH 328)
|Elective (select 1 course)
|Probability and Statistics
|Advanced Computer Programming
another course from listed above not used to satisfy the major requirements
|The project can be carried out independent of or within a 400-level course:
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