Fall 2016 | August 22 – Dec 16 | 12:00 – 01:15 pm | Wednesdays & Fridays | E201
Business Intelligence has become an essential and integral part of modern productivity. Business Intelligence gives organizations an in-depth view of their business operations and Business Analytics offers them the analytical ability to extract and analyze business data for formulating strategies, expanding market, containing cost, minimizing risk, identifying opportunities and predicting the future.
Formulate and implement BI strategies
Create and use BI dashboard
Conduct descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analysis
Mine and analyze business data and process
Analyze and model different business cases
This course provides an introduction to the field of business intelligence and business analytics at the operational, tactical, and strategic levels. The aim of this course is to furnish the students with an understanding of basic data science techniques and to provide some insight into how these tools may be used to analyze complex business problems and arrive at solutions. The techniques to be studied are visual analytics, descriptive analytics, predictive analytics, and prescriptive analytics. This Lab format courses increase the student involvement, allowing them to develop a functional understanding and practical knowledge of the course content. Emphasis will be also placed on the interpretation and implementation of results.
Google Classroom is a blended learning platform to enhance your learning experience. You can ask questions, submit assignments, download materials, check your grades, share interesting things and help each others. Students can join the class with this code: evyjja