Bachelor of Science in Data Analytics
Fill a Critical Role in Any Business with a Data Analytics Degree
Businesses on every scale are becoming smarter at predicting future opportunities and risks through data analysis. With this trend, the need for professional data analysts continues to rise — and with it, so does the value of a specialized education in the field.
From business, sports and health care to general sales, data analysis is a booming career field — one that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipates to grow by 33 percent over the next six years. To help prepare you for a successful career in data analysis, MACU has launched the first dedicated data analytics degree in Oklahoma.
This undergraduate degree combines business, mathematics and information technology using data mining, simulation and optimization. In addition to learning industry-standard data analysis tools, you will develop the soft skills you need to be a critical thinker and ethical leader within an organization. From problem-solving to communication, your degree will help you succeed in all areas of a role of a data analyst.
Why Choose MACU for Your Data Analytics Degree?
MACU is paving the way for data analytics in Oklahoma by offering the first degree of its kind. Our program is built using facets of our award-winning business and mathematics programs, with the addition of new computer science courses.
You can pursue your B.S. in Data Analytics 100% online or on-campus from an accredited university that is dedicated to busy adults. We understand that you have a lot on your plate, and we want to work around your schedule while still allowing time for work, family, church and other activities. In addition, all degrees at MACU feature an ethics component, ensuring that our graduates enter the workplace with a strong moral foundation.
Upon completion of the program, individuals will be prepared to confidently enter the sphere of data analysis with work-ready skills, analytical thinking and principles to match.
What Can You Do with a B.S. in Data Analytics?
- Business Intelligence (BI) Developer
- Data Analyst
- Data Engineer
- Data Scientist
- Digital Marketing Manager
- Health Care Data Analyst
- IT Systems Analyst
- Operations Analyst
- Quantitative Analyst
CMSC 1203 Foundations of Programming
CMSC 3103 Analytics Management and Presentation
CMSC 3463 Advanced Structured Query Language (SQL)
CMSC 4103 Introduction to R for Data Analytics
MATH 2823 Business Calculus
MATH 3103 Linear Algebra
MATH 3403 Discrete Math
MATH 3703 Introduction to Statistics
MATH 4113 Mathematical Modeling
MATH 4243 Regression Analysis
MISE 3603 IT Management
MISE 4403 Project Planning and Implementation
MISE 4643 Database Management
MISE 4663 Business Intelligence/Data Analytics