Master the language of modern business
Every day, corporations and other organizations all over the world capture massive amounts of data to keep ahead of consumer behaviors, industry trends and the economy as a whole. The ability to mine, interpret and visualize this data is essential across all functional areas of business, and is highly sought after in virtually every industry. Quinnipiac’s Minor in Business Analytics positions you at the forefront of this need, teaching future entrepreneurs and analysts alike the skills to make crucial data-driven decisions.
The universal application of business analytics makes this minor the ideal supplement to almost any major, from marketing and finance to economics and strategic communications. Our curriculum provides a strong foundation in data analysis, interpretation and visualization. Courses in statistical programming and data mining utilize the same tools and software used by professional data analysts, while a diverse elective pool enables you to apply these tools to such areas as the web, social media or supply chains depending on your career goals.
Curriculum and Requirements
Minor in Business Analytics Curriculum
|The minor in business analytics requires the completion of 18 credits as follows:|
|Required Courses (12 Credits)|
|CIS 350||Advanced Excel Programming (AC 350)||3|
|CIS 355||Data Visualization||3|
|BAN 300||Statistical Programming||3|
|BAN 400||Data Mining||3|
|Elective Courses (6 Credits)||6|
|Social Media Analytics|
|Cross-Cultural Business Research Part 1|
|Supply Chain Analytics|
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Minor in Business Analytics program objectives:
- Evaluate different techniques used to analyze data
- Apply business analytics techniques and utilize analytical tools for decision-making
- Demonstrate skills in interpreting and presenting analytical results