What you will learn
- Learn Python, SQL, Tableau, AWS, and other top tools.
- Leverage expertise in data management software and statistical programming.
- Deliver insights and recommendations for organizations using cutting-edge descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics techniques.
Companies increasingly rely on analysts and data scientists to convert data into actionable insights to remain competitive. The Wisconsin Business: Data, Insights and Analytics MicroMasters program will help jump-start your career as an analyst where you will gain skills in data visualization, database management, statistics, programming, and cloud computing.
Founded in 1900, the Wisconsin School of Business established one of the first five business programs in the nation. Wisconsin faculty and staff are committed to helping you achieve your professional goals and work to get you on the path to career success.
The ability to turn data into decisions is crucial in our fast-paced world, and as a business analyst you can learn to leverage data to answer complex business questions.
Courses in this program
WisconsinX's Business: Data, Insights and Analytics MicroMasters® Program
- University of Wisconsin-Madison credit pathway pending.
- Analysts will have an impact in all industries (health care, finance, technology, etc.) and various business functions (marketing, finance, supply chain, etc.)
- The demand for analysts is expected to increase 11% from 2020-2030 (source: Burning Glass Technologies: Labor Insights 2020)
- Opportunities includes data analyst, business intelligence engineer, data engineer, data scientist, and data visualization specialist.
- Median salary for business analysts is $65,000 (source: Wisconsin School of Business graduates).