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The course focuses on the management of the whole business analytics process, from the identification, integration and ‘cleansing’ of data, through various forms of data analysis, to the visualization and presentation of results and their incorporation into decision-making. Throughout these stages, there is a strong focus on governance and ethics, on the one hand, and the management of the underpinning resources and infrastructure on the other. Throughout the course, the focus is on the
The course focuses on the management of the whole business analytics process, from the identification, integration and ‘cleansing’ of data, through various forms of data analysis, to the visualization and presentation of results and their incorporation into decision-making. Throughout these stages, there is a strong focus on governance and ethics, on the one hand, and the management of the underpinning resources and infrastructure on the other. Throughout the course, the focus is on the practical application of the skills that you learn. Assessment is mainly based around small business analytics projects that enable you to test your knowledge against authentic business problems, using real data and deploying cutting edge techniques. While a solid understanding of the application of data science techniques forms a major strand of the course, you will develop a much wider, critical understanding of data management, including the whole data life cycle – from creation and storage, through integration and manipulation, to deletion – and the use (and misuse) of data in decision-making.
Do you want to play a role in the data revolution? Data has been identified as a major source of value, but only for those organizations that can capture, integrate and analyze it, and apply the resulting knowledge to business decisions. This course will give you the skills and knowledge to manage the whole process business analytics process, from data to decisions, including delivering the technical and human resources required and managing the legal, regulatory and ethical challenges that it throws up. This course will prepare you for a wide range of roles in the new data economy, from management and leadership roles in major corporates, to consulting and contracting roles for organizations of all sizes, and even entrepreneurship and new firm formation.
Students need to have a 2.1 or equivalent. A quantitative social science (e.g., economics or psychology), Business, Management or Marketing studies with a substantial quantitative element, Computing or Information Systems. You will have a strong interest in the application of data and analytics to resolving business and management problems and strong communication skills using words, numbers and images.
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The University of East Anglia (UEA) is a campus university on the outskirts of Norwich, situated within private, picturesque landscaped grounds that include woodland and a lake. It has a thriving student community of 15,000, over 4,000 of whom are postgraduates.
As well as its stunning location that serves as an idyllic setting for learning, the university is known for its outstanding research, leading the way in many fields, notably in science. Whether students choose a taught or research-based postgraduate study programme, they can take advantage of the exceptional resources that UEA has to offer.
This includes the excellent facilities, not just in its labs and lecture halls, but also in extra curricular activities such as the Sportspark, a venue with indoor and outdoor courts and pitches and an Olympic-sized pool.