You’re ready to prove that you can help any business grow. But in order to get started, you need to master how to identify, transform, and communicate Big Data in compelling ways that key stakeholders will understand. A program that gives you a competitive advantage will put you on the path to success.
The Business Intelligence/Analytics Certificate from NSU's College of Business focuses on the science of business modeling, database systems, data warehousing, data mining, and benchmarking. You’ll learn from Fortune 500 business executives and other industry leaders who can provide insights and leadership, while you do hands-on work on real-world projects. You’ll develop the skills to help you drive stronger decision making, lower cost, optimize operations, and develop new and successful business opportunities.
Please contact us directly for minimum GPA requirement and required English proficiency test scores.
Full-time professionals are available to discuss the Business Intelligence / Analytics certificate curriculum with you in greater detail. Simply call 800.672.7223 Ext. 25067 or contact our Enrollment Services Staff.
Total credits: 15-24
Students must complete the certificate program in a maximum of three years.
|BIA 5471||Digital Transformation and Analytics Strategy|
|BIA 5476||Data Management and Business Intelligence|
|BIA 5485||Data Mining and Predictive Analytics Fundamentals|
|BIA 5495||Business Intelligence Analytics Lab|
|ISM 5150||Information Strategy for Digital Transformation*|
|QNT 5000||Foundation of Business Statistics*|
|QNT 5160||Analytical Modeling for Decision Making*|
|XXX XXXX||Open elective course in HCBE excluding CHS, ISEC, MSIT, and MMIS prefixes|
* Course may be waived at the discretion of the department chair if appropriate coursework has been completed prior to pursuing the certificate.
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