This Program is designed by the Institute of Analytics (IoA). This program addresses the need to propel information-gathering and data organisation, and exploit potential information and knowledge hidden in routinely collected data to improve decision-making. You will also gain a greater understanding of the impact technological advances have on nature and practices adopted within the business intelligence and analytics practices, and know how to adapt these changes. Your learning will be informed by the expertise of our research-focused academics, while input from industry ensures the course content meets today’s business needs.

IoA Diploma in Business Analytics holders can pursue this Qualification from Module 07.

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Course Objectives

You will gain valuable skills for a career within Data Science in particular but also those relevant for a much wider range of applications such as information analysis or decision support systems.

Data scientist roles are some of the fastest growing in the IT sector. Data scientists are in high demand in attractive fields and industries including government agencies, high technology companies, market research organisations and consultancy firms.

A Qualification in Data Science is also highly relevant to many other potential career paths across the IT sector, with a data science background providing a distinct advantage in securing employment as a machine learning developer, data modeller or security analyst, for example.

Who is it For?

Professional Diploma in Business Intelligence & Analytics is a n advanced study in Business Analytics. Any Graduates or “A” Level (or Equivalent) Completed Students can join for this Program.

The Graduates (Business/Accounting/Finance/Computer Science or Applications /Mathematics/Statistics. Etc) may get exemptions for the Modules 01 - 04 based on their Under Graduation.

IoA Diploma in Business Analytics holders can pursue this Qualification from Module 07.

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