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Certificate in Business Analytics

Next Date: July 13th – August 7th, 2020 (Online)

Investment: $4,000

Overview:

Business analytics is rapidly driving decision making across every industry. With a wealth of datasets and advances in technology, now is the time to learn how to harness the data to take advantage of strategic opportunities and increase the competitive advantage of your organization. 

Rutgers Business Analytics online program will give you the tools you need to handle data complexity and make these data-driven decisions. You will be exposed to the overall foundation of business analytics and learn an application-oriented approach. 

This non-credit certificate program is delivered online with a focus on faculty-student engagement.  Upon successful completion of this online program, you will earn a Rutgers certificate you can proudly hang on your wall at home or in your office (and add to your resume and LinkedIn profile!).

  • Only a working knowledge of algebra is needed to complete the program
  • No prior knowledge of advanced statistical software is required

The Business Analytics Online Certificate Program is designed for entry to mid-level managers who aspire to more senior managerial or leadership roles in their organizations.

  • Learn core statistical concepts behind the analytics, as well as the application of the analytics to business settings, help improve decision-making
  • Obtain predictive modeling techniques for different business applications
  • Discover how to utilize commonly available software (e.g., Excel) to conduct most analyses, with some exposure to more advanced statistical software packages (depending on demand) to aid in predictive modeling and the visual analysis of results
  • Enjoy the convenience of 100% online classes

Rutgers AACSB-accredited research faculty will teach a  combination of theory and practice.

Modules include:

  • Week 1 (Begins July 13): Statistics I (descriptive analytics)
  • Week 2 (Begins July 20): Statistics II (predictive analytics)
  • Week 3 (Begins July 27): Business Applications I (supply chain analytics)
  • Week 4 (Begins August 4): Business Applications II (accounting analytics, marketing analytics)