Business Analytics (BAPG)
Ontario College Graduate Certificate | 3 semesters | Barrydowne
You will gain the skills to extract meaningful insights from very large and complex data sets to support business decision‐making. You will learn how to collect, curate, manipulate, encode, and store data sets so they can be analyzed and mined in such a way that they can be reused and repurposed to solve challenges and predict trends in any size and type of business. Key areas of study include database design and management, business analytics, market research, data mining, and decision‐making through analytics.
Graduate of a recognized two- or three-year postsecondary program
- Introduction to Excel course (or equivalent)
- At least one postsecondary math course (or equivalent)
Students who do not possess the foundational math and Excel skills will need to take the bridging course/s prior to registration.
This program will be delivered in the following terms:
Fall Term Start
- SEMESTER 1 Fall 2018
- SEMESTER 2 Winter 2019
- SEMESTER 3 Spring 2019
For specific term start/end dates and other key dates/deadlines, please see the Academic Schedule on our website.
Program of Study
|ANA 1000||Found of Data Analytics for Bu||3|
|ANA 1001||Programming for Analytics||4|
|DBA 1000||Database Mgmt Warehousing||4|
|QMM 1001||Statistics for Data Analytics||4|
|BUS 1052||Bus. Processing Modelling||4|
|EXL 1002||Advanced Excel||3|
|MKT 1005||Mkt and Social Media Analytics||3|
|QMM 1002||Stats and Data Visualization||4|
|BUS 1037||Project Management||3|
|ANA 1002||Enterprise Analytics||4|
|BTA 1012||Data Mining||3|
|BTA 1013||Communicating with Data||3|
|BUS 1141||Capstone Project or Placement||7|
Tuition and Ancillary Fees
Please see http://cambriancollege.ca/fees for the breakdown of tuition and mandatory ancillary fees by program and semester for both domestic and international students.
Books & Supplies
The cost of books and supplies is under review for Year 1. The information will be updated on the website upon further review of the program.
Data analytics professionals may work independently or with IT teams, mining data from primary and secondary sources, analyzing and interpreting results, pinpointing and predicting trends, providing concise reports, and designing, creating and maintaining databases.
They work for a wide range of industries including government, applied research, human resources, healthcare, and sales and marketing. Common job titles may include: Data Analyst, Data Miner and Customer Insights Analyst.
Please note: Cambrian College strives to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website. Please note that the academic curriculum is continually reviewed and revised to ensure that Cambrian's programs and courses remain relevant. The College reserves the right to cancel or make changes to any course or program, fee, procedure, or campus location at any time.