Certificate in Data Analytics
The certificate in data analytics at Loyola University New Orleans provides an overview of topics in statistics and their applications in a variety of fields. This certificate will present the basics of quantitative analysis and its increasing use in today's professional landscape. Learners are exposed to quantitative decision-making tools and techniques, which tie into real-world case studies.
No prerequisites or degree requirements to register.
The program takes approximately 30 hours to complete. Course materials are available for 540 days upon purchase.
Enrollment in the certificate in data analytics program costs $399.
Features of Loyola’s Program
Each course in this certificate utilizes games, videos, interactive exercises, quizzes, real world case studies, and other engaging content to ensure rapid mastery of the content and direct application. Course videos and lessons focus on use of both Microsoft Excel and OpenOffice.
More key features of the program:
- Mobile-friendly and 100% online
- Guidance from subject matter experts
- Badge and credit-awarding
Data Analytics Curriculum
Learn how to apply data analysis in your decision-making process across a variety of sectors, and familiarize yourself with the statistical tools and techniques that are commonly used by organizations. This certificate includes six courses that cover the fundamentals of data analysis and how it can be applied to your organization.
- Statistical Process Control
- Data Analysis in the Real World
- Data Analysis for Improving Organizational Performance
- Introduction to Data Analysis
- Tools of Data Analysis
- Statistics as a Managerial Tool
- PMI PDUs: 25
- Leadership PDUs: 7
- Strategic & Business Management PDUs: 8
- Technical PM PDUs: 10
- IACET CEUs: 3 (Contact Hours: 30 hours)
- HRCI Credits: 30 (Type: Specified - Strategic Business: 30)
- SHRM PDCs: 30
View course descriptions and more information on the certificate purchasing page
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