Business Analytics

The Business Analytics Minor is a multi-disciplinary minor designed for business and non-business students who are interested in expanding their knowledge in data analytics from various angles. Students will learn essential technology and statistics/quantitative methods in real-world practices including data generation, data analytics, data mining, data reporting, and storage between and across organizations. All students have the opportunity to enhance their skills through an internship at any data analytics related positions.

Degree Requirements

The Business Analytics Minor

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SubjectNumberTitle
CIS105Data Analysis & Analytics with Excel (or one of the following: CNST 116, ENGR 115, MATH 255, or SEC 100)
CIS335Database Management (or SEC 220)
MATH124Basic Statistics (or one of the following: MATH/BIO 250, MATH 315, or PSYCH 240)
MGMT325Business Analytics
And 2 courses from the following:
CIS350Geographic Analysis of Data: An Introduction to GIS
COMSC110Introduction to Computer Science and Lab
ECON303Introduction to Econometrics
MATH207Applied Calculus (or MATH 213)
MATH301Linear Programming
MRKT305Marketing Research
BUSN469(or an internship within the respective major) Internship must address applications of data analytics

All four required courses for the minor must be taken before the internship. 

To read more about our academic offerings, or to view full course descriptions, please refer to our University Catalog.

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