The industry is trending to more and more data-driven nowadays. As businesses are becoming significantly reliant on data, analytics is reshaping business operations and enabling new revenue streams. As a result, many traditional occupations are exposed to analytics as well as many new jobs have been created in this field. The Data Analytics and Business Analytics Minors are offered for individuals who are interested in adding the fundamental analytics skills to their majors.
The curriculum for the Data Analytics Minor and Business Analytics Minor involves development of essential analytics principles and skills. Each minor requires 16 credit hours.
With prerequisites MATH 280 or MATH 215, and ITEC 136 or COMP 111 completed, the Data Analytics Minor at Franklin University is designed for current students in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Information Technology to offer them an opportunity to gain necessary analytics skills while majoring in their programs. Students learn to manage, visualize, and analyze data through a sequence of courses, apply basic analytics methods to solve business problems, and effectively communicate the results. The minor offers the convenience and flexibility of quality online/face-to-face/hybrid education, expert instructors with relevant and real-world experience, and strong student support from dedicated faculty, tutors, and advisors.
Graduates of the minor will be able to:
The curriculum includes:
Last updated: 2022-08-23 12:40:59
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|COMP 281||Online R||Online R||Online Q||Online R||Online R||Online Q|
|DATA 300||Online U||Online U||Online Q||Online U||Online U||Online Q|
|DATA 310||Online Q||Online Q||Online Q||Online Q|
|DATA 400||Onlne R||Onlne R||Onlne R||Onlne R|