Data Drives Business Decisions

Do you like to dig in to details? Or use data to make the best decision to move forward? A career in data analytics is for you! This program will prepare you to understand and generate data to make the best decision to make an organizations successful.

Credits120
Careers
  • Market research analyst
  • Data & analytics manager
  • Financial analyst
Search more jobs
Financial Aid

The average undergraduate student award is $16,603.

Learn about financial aid
Program Overview

We live in a data-age, and the demand for professionals with business analytics skills is growing. Most companies are generating, collecting, and storing information that is used to drive up the value of their business. This fast-growing career path has applications in every industry and companies of all sizes. 

Program outcomes:
  • Summarize principles of Christian ethics related to business intelligence.
  • Apply the principles and techniques of database design, administration, and implementation to enhance data collection capabilities and decision-support systems.
  • Determine the principles and techniques of database design, administration, and implementation for data collection and decision- support systems.
  • Describe models for effective decision making to achieve business objectives.
  • Compare different organizational behaviors and adapt change management strategies.
  • Articulate assumptions, analyses, and interpretations of data in a written and oral format.
What to Expect

This degree prepares students to become Christian leaders who are capable of making data-drive decisions that enhance organizational performance, identify emerging markets, and solve complex business problems. Students apply these skills to specific areas of finance, economics, marketing, human resources, and more.

  • Apply principles and techniques of database design, administration, and implementation
  • Utilize models for effective decision making to achieve business objectives
  • Compare different organizational behaviors and adapt change management strategies