Kansas State University’s online data analytics programs are designed to equip students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels with the practical skills they need to better understand the business of data.
More and more companies are leveraging large data sets to better serve their customer base, and many of those companies lack employees with the knowledge and tools needed to manage and analyze data, then apply those findings to influence important decision-making.
K-State offers online certificates at both the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as a full master’s degree for students looking to advance their career through the acquisition of this skill set.
- Undergraduate certificate - 15 credit hours
- Graduate certificate - 15 credit hours
- Master's degree - 30 credit hours
Data analytics programs at K-State are a cooperative interdisciplinary effort from the Colleges of Business Administration, Arts and Sciences, and Engineering. The College of Business Administration serves as the academic home for the programs, coordinating administration and providing support.
Academically, the program is governed by a steering committee with representatives from the participating departments: Computing and Information Sciences, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Statistics, and Global Campus.