Program Lead: Stephen Penn

The Analytics program explores the knowledge and skills that are essential to collect, analyze, interpret and present information obtained from data drawn from multiple, often disparate sources of organizational data. In today's workplace, analytics is essential for keeping an organization running smoothly. Many analytics professionals plan and coordinate all technology-related activity for a business and work beside managers of the company to meet the technological needs of the organization. This degree program of study is designed for the student seeking a greater emphasis on studying informatics and business intelligence. Professionals in analytics use advanced computation and mathematical techniques to solve critical business problems. Computer technology is used to develop quantitative models and create database systems that the student applies to management decision-making.


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