What is Business Analytics?
Business Analytics blends data science methods and processes with business principles to improve a company’s market share. Business Analytics majors develop strong skills in data collection, storage, and analysis, process improvement, and project management that are applicable to a wide range of industries.
What the Program Offers
Students in Business Analytics develop programming, data management, and quantitative skills in the context of real-world business and industry problems and case studies. The program core provides a solid foundation for students who seek advanced exploration in areas such as logistics and supply chain management, intelligent mobility, and quantitative economics and econometrics. The knowledge attained and skills learned in this program enables graduates to find employment in nearly any industry.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
LSCM is the coordination of all logistical functions in an enterprise including acquisition, handling, the internal allocation of resources, delivery and output. Students develop knowledge of the business and technical aspects of managing large-scale delivery operations. The expert in LSCM optimizes these complex network to ensure efficiency and satisfaction.
IM uses data and technology to connect people, places, and goods across all transportation modes. Growth in intelligent mobility will transform the way people travel, interact with their environment, and connect goods and services.
Quantitative Economics and Econometrics
QEE uses mathematical and statistical methods to develop techniques for measuring a range of systems, including financial, government, social, legal, medical, and so on. Students with a quantitative economics and econometrics learn to assess and measure trends to understand complex phenomena and to improve long-term positioning.
Stats on Science and Technology Management
millionjobs will be added to the logistics industry.
billionthe size of supply chain market in 2015
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