Learn skills to turn marketplace information into business success.
California University of Pennsylvania offers an online Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics. This 15-credit online certificate program is taught by Cal U's top MBA faculty and is designed for professionals in business, government or nonprofit organizations.
As a busy professional, you will benefit from the flexibility of the 100% online program to complete coursework at your convenience. Business Analytics Certificate students complete four core courses and one elective course.
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS: BUSINESS ANALYTICS
Specialized: Professionals who choose to complete the 100% online graduate certificate in business analytics gain specialized knowledge in the field, focusing on quantitative methods, forecasting and predictive modeling, business analytics for big data, and decision support systems. You'll learn in-demand skills that enable you to aggregate data into meaningful strategies for better business decisions.
Meeting demand: Data analysts are in demand to help today's business decision-makers turn data about customers, markets and more into profits and positive outcomes. Skills learned in your certificate program add an important credential to your resume and help to boost career opportunities.
Study business analytics in Cal U's 100% online graduate certificate program: Participate in courses anywhere, any time. Our in-depth courses in business analytics will equip you to:
- Use data to make better business
- Examine innovative methodologies to read and interpret business
- Manage big data for supply chains and major companies.
Top sources from the U.S. government to leading business publications predict strong career growth in business analytics. Prepare for this career path by completing an affordable 100% online certificate at Cal U in as little as 12 months.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 488,500 new jobs will be added in the computer and information technology field by 2024 due to a greater business focus on cloud computing, and the collection and storage of big data. That's a jump from 3.9 million to about 4.4 million jobs. Job growth for business analysts will be particularly strong in smaller consulting companies in information technology or human resources.