Why Bachelor of Science in Business Data Analytics

The Bachelor of Science in business data analytics prepares business students with the requisite knowledge, skills and experience to create and manage big data initiatives as well as associated business processes to facilitate large-scale business data analytics in organizations.

The program cultivates organizational and technical competencies to implement data gathering, cleansing, integration and modeling tasks as well as data asset analysis for business applications. Graduates will serve as architects, change agents and analytics tool suite operators for business and government. The program covers data warehousing, dimensional modeling, big data analytics methods, visualization tools and techniques and an introduction to data mining and predictive analytics.

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  • ASU Library
    ASU Library ASU Library

    ASU Library

    Students who learn online have access to all of ASU Libraries’ resources through the Library. This includes research databases, electronic journals, e-books, and other research material. Library One Search allows you to search for books, journal articles and other materials through one easy-to-use search box.

    Career services
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    Career services

    Career and Professional Development Service offers support year-round for online students, designed to strengthen your job search skills, build your resume, enhance your interview skills, and more. Virtual career advising appointments are available for all online students. Appointments can be made up logging in to Handshake. We also encourage students and alumni to take advantage of the multitude of other virtual services including: virtual career fairs and workshops, resume Drop Box for online resume reviews, InterviewStream for virtual practice interviews, online chat with a career professional, access downloadable handouts and resume examples and more!

    Online tutoring
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    Online tutoring

    Need help with writing, math, biology, Spanish or another subject? ASU provides a number of tutoring resources online. Online tutoring is live, free, and available to all ASU students, including online degree students.

     

    Subject area tutoring is available on a small group, drop-in basis. Schedule writing appointments using TutorTrac.

    Study abroad
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    Study abroad

    The Arizona State University Study Abroad Office offers more than 200 different programs in over 65 countries! ASU Online Students can study abroad during any term including summer or fall/spring semester, as well as spring break programs.

     

    Studying abroad impacts your life in many positive ways that last far beyond the duration of your program.

    Success Center
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    Success Center

    Part personal advisor, part cheerleader, success coaches are focused on supporting you in achieving your goals. From helping you adjust to life as an online student, offering success strategies, time management tips and reminders, to connecting you to resources at ASU, success coaches are there to help smooth any bumps in the road and to cheer you on as you cross the finish line.

     

    “I love the approach ASU Online has of not just getting students through those first few courses, but on working with students in a supporting role throughout their entire academic experience.” – Christopher Kozma, ASU Online Success Coach

    ASU+ Support Systems
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    ASU+ Support Systems

    With your determination and ASU+, you’ll have all you need to thrive. Our suite of unique, premier services empower you toward success on your educational journey.

     

    Unmatched suite of support services

     

    • Personal care programs
    • Time management awareness and coaching
    • Student well-being programs
    • Students success coaches
    • High-quality classes
    • Technical resources
    Admission requirements

    Freshman direct admission requirements

    Freshman applicants who meet the requirements for ASU freshman admission and also meet one of the following criteria may be directly admitted to a W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Science degree program:

    – An SAT Reasoning score of 1230* (taken March 2016 and after)

    – An SAT Reasoning score of 1160* (taken prior to March 2016)

    – An ACT composite score of 25*

    – A high school class ranking in the top 8 percent

    – An overall, unweighted high school GPA of 3.6 in competency courses defined by ASU (4.0 = A)

    *ASU and W. P. Carey do not require the writing portion of these tests.

    Transfer direct admission requirements

    Transfer applicants who meet the ASU transfer student admission requirements and also meet one of the following criteria may be directly admitted to a W. P. Carey School of Business Bachelor of Science degree program:

    – An SAT Reasoning score of 1230* (taken March 2016 and after)

    – An SAT Reasoning score of 1160* (taken prior to March 2016)

    – An ACT composite score of 25*

    – A high school class ranking in the top 8 percent

    – An overall, unweighted high school GPA of 3.6 in competency courses defined by ASU (4.0 = A)

    In addition, you must have a 3.0 cumulative ASU GPA (if you have attended ASU) and a 3.0 cumulative transfer GPA (if you have attended another institution).

    Note: Special consideration will be given to students not meeting the above requirement who have not taken university level course work within the past five years.

    *ASU and W. P. Carey do not require the writing portion of these tests.

    Admissions portfolio

    If you do not meet the requirements for admission to a W. P. Carey degree program, you may submit an admissions portfolio for review. Please note that this is a competitive process and admission is not guaranteed. Preference will be given to students with at least a 3.0 cumulative ASU GPA and/or transfer GPA. Students are only allowed a maximum of two (2) application attempts via Admissions Portfolio/Concurrent Degree Request. All Admissions Portfolio/Concurrent Degree Request decisions are final.

    Application requirements

    Before submitting your admissions portfolio, please make sure you meet all of the following requirements:

    *Admitted to ASU

    *In good academic standing if you are currently enrolled at ASU

    *Completion of 30 semester hours of college coursework with a C grade or higher, including the following skill courses or their equivalents:

    – CIS 105/236 (or equivalent) Computer Applications and Information Technology

    – MAT 210/270 (or equivalent) Brief Calculus/Calculus with Analytic Geometry

    – MAT 211/271 (or equivalent) Math for Business Analysis/Calculus with Analytic Geometry II

    – ACC 231/232/261 (or equivalent) Uses of Accounting Information I/Financial Accounting I

    – ECN 221/213 (or equivalent) Microeconomic Principles or ECN 212/214 (or equivalent) Microeconomic Principles

    * Completion of or current enrollment in the following courses or their equivalents:

    – ECN 211/213 (or equivalent) Macroeconomic Principles or ECN 212/214 (or equivalent) Microeconomic Principles

    – ECN 221/231 (or equivalent) Business Statistics

    – ACC 241/242/271 (or equivalent) Uses of Accounting Information II/Managerial Accounting I

    Application procedure

    Complete the Admissions Portfolio/Concurrent Degree Request online.

    Submit official or unofficial transcripts of all coursework not yet on file with ASU. If you are currently enrolled in coursework away from ASU, please submit a copy of your class schedule.

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