Graduate Business Analytics
Certificate Program

  • Testimonials

    “I immediately started using Tableau and Microsoft Bi to see what would be the best solution not only for myself to communicate with my Executive team, but what others would like to use to assist in improving a data driven culture. … I wanted to use the program to close gaps where I often struggled or just become more efficient at what I was able to do. It has improved my skills and thought process considerably in a short time.”

    Mike Hambrick
    Director of Manufacturing and Logistics
    Mitek Corp



    “I developed a broader and more sophisticated understanding of how Data Science as a whole is impacting multiple areas of human activity and how companies are using data to developed new value streams at a rapid pace… GBAC has certainly been a strong assist in allowing me to engage in conversation with my clients on a level I couldn't beforehand."

    Chayson Comfort
    Director of Integrated Solutions - North America
    Resources Operating Unit
    Accenture


    “The classes were very useful and I realized when I was consulting how much companies need these skills sets of being able to look at data and actually understand what story is being told by the numbers. I really think this skill will move to being required instead of preferable by companies.”

    Poonum Desai
    Senior Consultant
    LTS


    “What I learned in the GBACP program gave me the confidence to pursue positions that required a higher skill set in analyzing and visualizing data. … I’ve had so many doors opened to me. Which ultimately led me to work at a company that highly values the analytics team and the work that I do.”

    Tamika Williams
    Analyst II – Analytics & Reporting
    Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.

     

  • Past Participants

    Our participants come from many top ranked companies in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, including:

     

     

  • Participant Benefits

    Know where the bones are hidden

    The program enables managers and analysts to understand how information can be accessed from corporate databases and data warehouses, and used to build analytical models for a broad variety of decision problems.

    Fill your toolbox

    When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. But the modeling techniques covered in GBACP range from traditional statistical models and optimization models to new techniques such as data visualization, data mining and learning.

    See it in class, explore it at home, apply it at work

    Software tools used in the program are popular enterprise and open-source packages that are widely accessible, so participants can immediately apply their new skills at work.

    Build your Network

    Given the broad appeal of the program, participants also benefit from peer interactions with other participants. Each cohort typically includes participants from diverse industries, in roles ranging from marketing, financial management, operations and technology management to general management and entrepreneurship.