Business Intelligence Graduate Certificate
The Graduate Certificate in Business intelligence (BI) prepares students to support better business decision-making by providing internal data and external data in a useful and usable format. Using BI, decision makers are able to examine the value of business processes and products while watching for competitive opportunities in the marketplace. BI technologies provide historical, descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive views of business operations. The BI Certificate blends analytics and information technology in a unique program during which students work on industry datasets and learn to appreciate the difficulties of large-scale, unstructured data as well as the need for nuanced solutions.
This 12 credit hour certificate program also counts toward the 30 credit hour Master of Science in Information Systems and Technology degree program requirements. Students may choose to combine this certificate with other courses and/or certificates to obtain the Master of Science in Information Systems and Technology degree.
Applicants must meet general University of Missouri-St. Louis Graduate School admissions requirements.
All course prerequisites and all course waivers are applicable. Substitute courses may be approved by the appropriate department chairperson and the Director of Graduate Business Programs.
|INFSYS 6830||Data Programming for Business Intelligence||3|
|INFSYS 6833||Decision Support Systems for Business Intelligence||3|
|Choose two of the following courses:||6|
|Data Warehouse Design and Implementation|
|Practicum in Business Intelligence|
|Advanced Data Integration|
|Artificial Intelligence Applications for Business and Cybersecurity|
|Business Analytics and Data Mining|
|Management Science Methods|
The required courses may be substituted with other courses with the approval of the Chair of the Information Systems and Technology Department.
Upon completion of the program, certificate earners will be able to:
- Apply contemporary data programming techniques
- Structure and visualize data in useful and usable formats for business insights
- Utilize business intelligence technologies to provide historical, descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive views of business operations
- Communicate business intelligence insights to stakeholders