Within the School of Business & Management, a student-faculty research team is studying the effects of linking executive pay to DEI initiatives to answer the question: when it comes to diversity initiatives in corporations, does money talk?
Big data presents a big opportunity. From marketing to accounting to biology, data analysis allows individuals to draw meaningful insights and devise solutions from complex and often disparate sources.
Emmanuel's minor in Data Analytics minor is designed to bring you into the already-arriving future where data-driven research and insights run nearly every facet of society. From biology and chemistry to psychology and business data science practices are being integrated to power the next generation of workers, researchers, and leaders. Graduates with experience in data analytics will be sought after in any field where digital information is collected and analyzed to generate insights.
Workplace roles are changing fast and becoming more fluid—it's not just a role of the data analyst to provide insights anymore. Anyone from marketers to sales professionals in industries from retail and consumer goods to financial services and nonprofits are becoming more data savvy. According to Udemy, organizations building data-driven cultures was one of the top 5 workplace learning trends for 2020, while 52 percent of employers named technical skills such as data science and computer programming their top priority when hiring this year.
View the 2021-2022 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.
Students minoring in Data Analytics will develop: