Make Sense of Big Data
Employers are looking for professionals who can manage, interpret and make sense of the limitless amounts of data available to companies today, known as Big Data. At A&M-Commerce, we can help you get there. Elevate your career by earning your Business Analytics Graduate Certificate. Offered fully online, you can complete the certificate in as little as three months. Upon completion, students who apply and are admitted to the Business Analytics (MS) program—ranked Top 10 online master’s in Business Analytics by BusinessAnayltics.com—will be able to count the four courses toward their graduate degree. Begin your study this summer by enrolling today!
No foreign language credits required
No thesis required
Business Analytics Graduate Certificate:: Featured Courses
This course is designed to provide students with a general understanding of the role of big data and business analytics in today’s dynamic organizational environment. Graduate students will learn the process of analyzing big data and discovering new information to support management decision making.
This course provides a foundation for the design, implementation, and management of database systems. Students will study both design and implementation issues with an emphasis on database management issues.
This course covers the development, implementation, and utilization of business models for managerial decision making. Discovered patterns, relationships and statistical findings from Data Mining efforts are often used as input in these mathematical models which are implemented in decision support systems. Students will learn techniques for analytical modeling including decision analysis, optimization and simulation.
This course covers the application of advanced predictive analytical techniques to analyze and map non-traditional data such as text and graphics. This course exposes students to model situations where uncertainty is a major factor.
Graduate Program Costs
Tuition and fees for graduate students taking nine credit hours are $3,594 for Texas residents and $6,897 for non-residents.