Business Analytics- Bachelor of Science in Business
For information, contact the Department of Information Systems and Analytics, 3095 FSB, 513-529-4826.
The Business Analytics major provides the managerial and technical skills to leverage data for decision making in an organization. The major focuses on the use of data to guide evidence-based decision-making. Analytics combines numerous traditional disciplines including information systems and statistics. This major provides a framework for the collection and use of data; for analyzing structured and unstructured data; and for developing models to describe and predict behavior in data-rich environments.
|ISA 245||Database Systems and Data Warehousing|
|ISA 281||Concepts in Business Programming|
|ISA 291||Applied Regression Analysis in Business|
|ISA 401||Business Intelligence and Data Visualization|
|ISA 414||Managing Big Data|
|ISA 491||Introduction to Data Mining in Business|
|Select two of the following. At least one must be an ISA course.||6|
|Advanced Empirical Methods|
|Quantitative Analysis of Business Problems|
|Statistical Monitoring and Design of Experiments|
|Business Analytics Practicum|
|Advanced Data Visualization|
|Survey Sampling in Business|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
Note: Students information systems majors or information and cybersecurity management majors must take 18 hour beyond the business core not also counting in the Major.
Note: Students taking the Business Analytics Major may not take the Business Analytics Track in the Analytics Co-major