The use of data analytics is rapidly expanding among organizations worldwide, spanning from small to large, private to public, and profit to nonprofit. Organizations are using data analytics to enhance their decision-making processes, as executives recognize the benefits of adopting new technologies and maximizing available data.
The online Data Analytics Graduate Certificate presented by the Carl H. Lindner College of Business and the University of Cincinnati is built for working professionals and part-time students. The online certificate offers asynchronous learning, which allows students to study on their own schedule — accessing lectures, assignments, and learning materials at their convenience.
This provides flexibility for students to engage with course materials at their own pace often allowing for more meaningful discussions. In addition to this flexibility, you will be given industry-leading support from start to graduation unique to the University of Cincinnati Online. Many students find this a great certificate to tack on to the MBA program.
This graduate certificate offers comprehensive learning outcomes to students looking increase their knowledge of data analytics. The curriculum provides and understanding of the essential skills that will enable students to effectively process and analyze large datasets. You’ll find courses that cover data analysis methods, data management, data warehousing, business intelligence.
The elective options allow students to tailor their learning experience to their specific interests. These electives include topics in data visualization, application development using VBA, data mining, and design. The curriculum will teach students to efficiently organize, store, and retrieve data for analysis purposes. After completing this certificate, students will have learned the fundamental skills necessary to begin to develop logical analytic models, construct data warehouses, build visually effective data displays and use sophisticated techniques to provide valuable insights into business.
The Carl H. Lindner College has been AACSB accredited since 1906. Less than one-third of U.S. business school programs and only 15% of school programs worldwide meet the rigorous standards of AACSB international accreditation. The value of this accreditation is paramount to business students and the schools they attend. AACSB ensures that schools deliver a high-quality education to their students by demanding accredited colleges pursue high stands and provide continuously relevant business education to students.
For over 115 years, our students and graduates have achieved great success in business and service, our academic programs have earned national acclaim, and our faculty and subject matter experts have sparked innovation and insights through cutting-edge research. The Lindner College of Business empowers business problem solvers to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges. Leveraging the power of academic and inclusive excellence The Lindner College of Business offers transformation that is
Programs can be completed full-time or part-time. Many programs are set up to be part-time, with most containing fewer than 10 credit hours in any given semester. We know you have a lot going on, so want to make sure that school can fit into your schedule. Note: There are some exceptions.
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Students follow an intentional sequence of courses. Our main didactic courses (Hematology, Chemistry, Immunohematology, and Microbiology) will be available on a rotating schedule; i.e. each course offered every five semesters. The first semester courses are available each semester and must be successfully completed prior to a student entering the main didactic courses. Once you complete the first five semesters, you will enter the 6th and 7th semesters which have courses that are offered each semester.
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