Master of Business Administration - Data Mining and Visualization Concentration (BA DMGV MBA)
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - DATA MINING AND VISUALIZATION CONCENTRATION • 39 CREDITS • BA DMGV MBA
Data Analytics analyzes vast databases that must be examined using complex algorithms and artificial intelligence to identify previously unidentified useful sets of relationships and trends. The Data Mining and Visualization concentration is delivered jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences in partnership with the College of Business. The concentration is online and prepares individuals to conduct data mining projects, generate data visualization products, and build data dashboards and automated reports. The concentration uses industry standard software in practical applications directly related to current trends and issues that impacts organizations across a broad spectrum. Course progression and content is carefully formulated to build competency in data mining and visualization for students from a broad range of disciplines and experiences, including those who are new to the field.
*DATA courses are only offered in a 15-week online format.
Davenport University’s 39 credit MBA program is designed for those early in their business careers and entrepreneurial endeavors, and those mid to senior-level managers looking to sharpen their professional skills. The student will complete a set of core requirements prior to proceeding to concentration courses.
Foundations of Business Requirements
All students admitted into the Davenport University 39 credit MBA are expected to have the necessary business foundations prior to entering the 600-level courses. Students without an earned grade of B or better within the last eight years in undergraduate course work in the areas of accounting, finance, management, marketing and statistics will be required to take these foundational business (500-level) courses.
Students who have a 2.75 cumulative GPA in a bachelor’s degree in business or a business related field will not be required to complete the Foundations of Business courses.
Foundation courses for non-business undergraduate majors:
ACCT510 Fundamentals of Accounting Principles and Concepts
BUSN520 Management and Marketing
FINC510 Foundations of Financial Management
STAT500 Statistics for Business
Which class should I take? When should I take it?
See our Recommended Program Sequences:
|DATA610||Essentials of Bus Analytics||3|
|LEGL710||Ethical/Legal Frmwrk 21st Cent||3|
|MGMT757||Operations & Supply Chain Mgt||3|
|DATA667||Data Visualization & Commnctn||3|
|DATA710||Introduction to R Programming||3|
|DATA728||Advanced Data Mining||3|
|CAPS794||Business Integration Capstone||3|