Bachelor of Science in Data Analytics
Associate Dean of Continuing Education: Mark Parker
Program Manager: Henry Collier
The mission of the BSDA program is to help students acquire and refine the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to collect and analyze data in a variety of professional settings, and to use the results to contribute to problem-solving within organization.
Upon successful completion of the BSDA program students will be able to:
- Evaluate organizational needs and problems and create suitable data analyses to inform solutions.
- Apply data analytics techniques and methods to a wide array of data types using industry-standard tools.
- Demonstrate data analyses and conclusions in an effective, ethical manner to non-specialist audiences.
Program outcomes are assessed in the core courses and capstone course, which consists of a portfolio of prior coursework as well as an original, applied data analytics project under the supervision of a qualified faculty member
|MA 107||Precalculus Mathematics||4|
|MA 108||Applied Calculus||4|
|MA 306||Discrete Mathematics||3|
|MA 310||Linear Algebra||3|
|MA 332||Advanced Statistical Methods||3|
|CYBR 230||Relational Databases with SQL||3|
|CS 150||(Programming Languages for Data Science)||3|
|DTAN 301||Introduction to Data & Business Analytics||3|
|DTAN 310||Algorithm Design and Implementation (Alogrithm Design and Implementation)||3|
|DTAN 320||Introduction to Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence (Introduction to Machine Learning and AI)||3|
|DTAN 330||Introduction to Network Science||3|
|DTAN 344||Data Visualization (Data Visualization)||3|
|DTAN 410||CLIPS: Programming for Expert Systems (CLIPS: programming for Expert Systems)||4|
|DTAN 400||Capstone (Capstone)||6|
|Additional Required Courses|
|COMM 301||Business & ProfessionalWriting||3|
|PHLS 210||Ethics in the Modern World||3|
|MNGT 330||Management Information Systems||3|
|IA 340||Introduction to Information Assurance||3|
|courses "not found" are under development and not yet approved by the University Curriculum Committee|