Bachelor’s Degree Specialization in Business Intelligence and Analytics Management.

Immerse Yourself in Data.

GET TO KNOW OUR BACHELOR’S DEGREE WITH A SPECIALIZATION IN BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND ANALYTICS MANAGEMENT.

Data generated from sources like smartphones and e-commerce create opportunities for those who understand how to use advanced tools and tech to process and manage information. A Business Intelligence and Analytics Specialization gives you an opportunity to get in the data analytics management game. You can learn about analytical tools and how to apply them, and the curriculum will immerse you in the essential aspects of the field, including applications, databases and data modeling, as well as related topics such as accounting, electronic business management and e-commerce. You’ll be taught by faculty who can give you real-world knowledge about Business Intelligence and Analytics Management topics such as supply chain support, database concepts, managerial and business applications for data analytics and more.
 
The Business Intelligence and Analytics Specialization can be earned as a part of the following bachelor's degrees in business:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Management
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Management

Classes Start Every 8 Weeks

Earn your Bachelor's Degree in Business with Business Intelligence and Analytics Management Specialization in as little as 2 years + 8 months*—or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.

*Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.


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what you'll learn

  • Analysis and Execution
    Understand how to interpret business needs to choose applications and define operational requirements.
  • Critical Thinking
    Use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Information Technology Administration & Management
    Understand business and management principles involved in IT infrastructure, information security, cyber-security, strategic planning, and resource allocation.
  • Technical Skills
    Explore ways to use software packages to analyze financial data, see trends, create portfolios and make forecasts.
  • Complex Problem Solving
    Apply critical and analytical thinking to identify complex problems, evaluate options and implement solutions.
  • Judgment and Decision Making
    Consider the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to make the most appropriate choice.

Accreditation Matters

Accredited* by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) www.acbsp.org.

Career Opportunities

Graduates with our Business Intelligence and Analytics Specialization program may consider the following careers:

  • Business Analyst

  • Business Analysis Manager

  • Business Intelligence Administrator

  • Business Intelligence Analyst

  • Business Intelligence Developer

  • Business Intelligence Manager

  • Financial Analyst

  • Marketing Analyst

Option 1: Business Administration

Program-Specific Courses

Business Intelligence and Analytics Management

BIAM300 Managerial Applications of Business Analytics
BIAM400 Applied Business Analytics
BIAM410 Database Concepts in Business Intelligence
BIAM420 Introduction to Internet Analytics
BUSN350 Business Analysis
GSCM206 Managing Operations Across the Supply Chain
GSCM209 Supply Chain Management Decision Support Tools and Applications

Core Degree Courses

Business Core1

ACCT212 Financial Accounting
BIS155 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets with Lab
BUSN115 Introduction to Business and Technology
BUSN319 Marketing
COMP100 Computer Applications for Business with Lab
MGMT303 Principles of Management

Finance and Management

ACCT346 Managerial Accounting
BIS245 Database Essentials for Business with Lab
BUSN379 Finance
ECON312 Principles of Economics
MGMT404 Project Management

SENIOR PROJECT

BUSN460 Senior Project

Electives

CIS115 Logic and Design
MGMT408 Management of Technology Resources
SEC310 Principles and Theory of Security Management

General Degree Courses

Communication skills

ENGL1122 Composition
ENGL135 Advanced Composition
ENGL216 Technical Writing
SPCH275 Public Speaking

Humanities3

HUMN303 Introduction to the Humanities
ETHC445 Principles of Ethics
LAS432 Technology, Society, and Culture

Social Sciences

SOCS185 Culture and Society
SOCS3254 Environmental Sociology
LAWS3105 The Legal Environment

Mathematics and Natural Sciences

MATH114 Algebra for College Students
MATH221 Statistics for Decision-Making
SCI2286 Nutrition, Health and Wellness with Lab

Personal and Professional Development

CARD405 Career Development
COLL148 Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Option 2: Management

Program-Specific Courses

Business Intelligence and Analytics Management

BIAM300 Managerial Applications of Business Analytics
BIAM400 Applied Business Analytics
BIAM410 Database Concepts in Business Intelligence
BIAM420 Introduction to Internet Analytics
BUSN350 Business Analysis
GSCM206 Managing Operations Across the Supply Chain
GSCM209 Supply Chain Management Decision Support Tools and Applications

Core Degree Courses

Business Core

ACCT212 Financial Accounting
BIS155 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets with Lab
BUSN115 Introduction to Business and Technology
BUSN319 Marketing
COMP100 Computer Applications for Business with Lab
MGMT303 Principles of Management

Management and Technology

BIS245 Database Essentials for Business with Lab
BUSN278 Budgeting and Forecasting
BUSN369 International Business
CIS115 Logic and Design
MGMT404 Project Management
MGMT410 Human Resource Management

SENIOR PROJECT

BUSN460 Senior Project

Computing

CIS170C Programming with Lab
CIS247C Object-Oriented Programming with Lab
COMP230 Introduction to Scripting and Database with Lab

General Degree Courses

Communication skills

ENGL112 Composition
ENGL135 Advanced Composition

Humanities3

ETHC445 Principles of Ethics
LAS432 Technology, Society, and Culture

Social Sciences

ECON312 Principles of Economics
SOCS1857 Culture and Society

Mathematics and Natural Sciences8

MATH114 Algebra for College Students
MATH221 Statistics for Decision-Making
SCI2287 Nutrition, Health and Wellness with Lab

Additional General Education Selection

SPCH275 Public Speaking

Personal and Professional Development

CARD405 Career Development
COLL148 Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Option 3: Technical Management

Program-Specific Courses

Business Intelligence and Analytics Management

BIAM300 Managerial Applications of Business Analytics
BIAM400 Applied Business Analytics
BIAM410 Database Concepts in Business Intelligence
BIAM420 Introduction to Internet Analytics
BUSN350 Business Analysis
GSCM206 Managing Operations Across the Supply Chain
GSCM209 Supply Chain Management Decision Support Tools and Applications

Core Degree Courses

Business Core

ACCT212 Financial Accounting
BIS155 Data Analysis with Spreadsheets with Lab
BUSN319 Marketing
BUSN115 Introduction to Business and Technology
COMP100 Computer Applications for Business with Lab
MGMT303 Principles of Management

Management and Technology

BIS245 Database Essentials for Business with Lab
MGMT404 Project Management

Senior Project

BUSN460 Senior Project

Electives9

BUSN369 International Business
BUSN369 Business Policy
MGMT408 Management of Technology Resources
SEC310 Principles and Theory of Security Management
WGD201 Visual Design Fundamentals
WGD210 Digital Imaging Fundamentals
WGD229 Information Design

General Degree Courses

Communication Skills

ENGL112 Composition
ENGL135 Advanced Composition

Humanities3

ETHC445 Principles of Ethics
LAS432 Technology, Society, and Culture

Social Sciences

ECON312 Principles of Economics
SOCS1857 Culture and Society

Mathematics and Natural Sciences

MATH114 Algebra for College Students
MATH221 Statistics for Decision-Making
SCI2286 Nutrition, Health and Wellness with Lab

Additional General Education Selection

SPCH275 Public Speaking

Personal and Professional Development

CARD405 Career Development
COLL148 Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

BECOMING A BUSINESS ANALYST

The use of business intelligence has seen a surge in recent years, and it will only continue to grow: the global business intelligence and analytics market is projected by Gartner to reach $22.8 billion by 2020. That means organizations will have a growing demand for professionals who can turn data into important insights. To learn more about a potential career as a business intelligence analyst, let’s discuss what business intelligence analysts do, who they report to, whether you’d be a good fit for the job and how you can become one.

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*Conferral and Assessment Data - Available for all of DeVry and Keller's ACBSP accredited programs. This accreditation applies to the Bachelor's of Business Administration and the Bachelor's of Technical Management.
1Students enrolled at a New Jersey location must also take the following to fulfill this requirement:
(a) all of: BUSN412; GSCM206
(b) one of: BUSN369; INTP491 and INTP492
2Students enrolled at a New Jersey location take ENGL108 in lieu of this course.
3Students enrolled at a Pennsylvania location must take HUMN451 as part of this requirement.
4Certain students enrolled as online students are assigned PSYC307 in lieu of this requirement.
5Students enrolled at a Nevada location must take POLI332 in lieu of this requirement.
6Students enrolled at a New Jersey location may take PHYS204or SCI200 to fulfill this requirement.
7Ohio residents enrolled as online students, and students enrolled at an Ohio location, must take an additional natural sciences course from those with prefixes BIOS, PHYS, or SCI as part of this requirement.
8Students enrolled at a New Jersey location must take 55 semester-credit hours of general education coursework. Fifteen semester-credit hours of general education coursework may be applied to the Electives course area.

All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online