About the Degree in Global Business with a concentration in Data Analytics
Are you curious and analytical? If you enjoy problem solving and dissecting data, TROY’s bachelor’s degree in global business with a concentration in data analytics may be the degree for you! Successful businesses and organizations understand success comes with an element of risk taking. For this reason, companies are always on the lookout for those who know how to predict opportunities and risks from a business standpoint. This degree will provide you with the skills and the know-how to predict success and potential pitfalls within the world market in a wide array of areas such as business, engineering, pharmacology and architecture.
Learn from the best
Within TROY’s data analytics program, you’ll be taught by experienced faculty members who are dedicated to see you succeed in your academic and future professional career. By combining facets from various areas of business, mathematics and information technology, your courses will teach you to extract information from large databases in order to help your future company or organization with its decision making. You’ll learn the ins and outs of predicting business outcomes based on patterns, relationships, trends and customer behavior.
Prepare for success
Upon graduation, you’ll enter the global business community with the skills to identify relevant information and examine data. You’ll also be able to creatively solve problems, collect and organize data from various sources, advise the key decision-makers and advise decision-makers and shareholders on the best courses of action. Your training will help you analyze and manage information to create business intelligence and communicate the insights you gather through using creative visualizations and business terminology.
A bright future
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers centered on data analytics are projected to see a significant increase within the next decade. For example, within the business sector, employment of operations research analysts is projected to grow by 27 percent between 2016 and 2026—this rate is growing much faster than average in the United States. Likewise, market research analyst positions are projected to increase by 23 percent by the year 2026.