Bachelor Degree in Data Management & Analytics
Quintillions of data are created every day. Businesses in all industries use data to inform decisions, market their products, deliver better patient care and so much more. These same organizations are looking for data professionals to help them make sense of the vast amounts of data they take in.
Attending and completing Cambridge’s Bachelor of Science in Data Management & Analytics program is a great way for you to jumpstart your career in data science.
During your program, you’ll learn how to set up a database environment and design those databases for easy access. You’ll also discover how to acquire data and wrangle it, analyze it and visualize it for different audiences. You’ll be a critical part of the decision-making process for your organization.
Does the Program Provide National Certification Exam Preparation?
Yes! Additional certifications are a great way to solidify your skills and knowledge for potential employers. They can also help guide you towards your chosen career path. The certifications this program prepares you for are as follows:
- CompTIA A+ Hardware and Software
- CompTIA Information Technology Fundamentals (ITF+)
- Associate Certified Analytics Professional (aCAP)
- Structured Query-Language Related
How Does It Prepare Me for the Certification Exams?
Our Bachelor of Science in Data Management & Analytics program has been carefully designed to include the subject matter and hands-on training required for certification success. You’ll learn everything from how to build databases to using data ethically. As a result, you’ll take each certification exam with confidence.
Data Management & Analytics Bachelor’s Program Curriculum
- College Writing
- Abnormal Psychology
- Microcomputer Applications
- Data Science
- Structured Query Language
- Data Mining and Analytics
- Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Ethics in Technology
- Scripting and Programming Foundations
- Data Visualization
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Database Server Administration
- Web Development Foundations and Application
- Data Analysis with R
- Data Wrangling with MongoDB
- Information Technology Capstone
- Advanced Data Visualization
- Technical Communications
There are many career opportunities in data management and each of them is in growth mode. For example, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the database administrator career is expected to grow by 10% between now and 2029. This is much faster than average.
As so much data is created each day, organizations in many industries are also on the lookout for professional data managers to help move their businesses forward.
After graduation, you’ll have the opportunity to choose your career path based on your interests. Some of the available careers include:
- Database Administrator
- Data Engineer
- Systems Analyst
- Data Scientist
No matter which path you choose, you’ll spend your time wrangling and analyzing data on behalf of your employer. This may include creating databases, generating reports, analyzing datasets to glean insights and so much more.
Bachelor of Science
After successful completion of your program, you’ll walk away with a Bachelor of Science degree.
- Bachelor of Science in Data Management & Analytics
- 100% online
- 75 weeks
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