A certificate in applied data analytics provides an introduction into using data to create actionable insight for decision making. The certificate prepares students to use basic analysis methods to understand and prepare the data, conduct basic analysis on the data, and evaluate the ethical considerations of collecting and disseminating data and information. The curriculum includes the use of R and SQL languages to prepare and analyze data and produce basic data visualizations. Throughout the curriculum, students have opportunities to select their own data and choose problems they wish to study so that they can apply their unique expertise to study relevant data and generate meaningful insights. All courses in the certificate program may be applied to the full Master's degree.
Students must achieve the following program requirements for all courses listed under "Program Required Courses" for the Applied Data Analytics Certificate.
Certificate Credits: 12
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Minimum Grade: B
Foundational/Prerequisite Course Requirement: Inferential Statistics
Program Required Courses
Students must complete:
|CIS 6105||Data Analytics for Decision Making||3|
|CIS 6107||Data Storage and Retrieval||3|
|CIS 6110||Applications of Data Analytics||3|
|CIS 6113||Legal and Ethical Considerations of Information Technologies||3|