A person working with data analytics is often referred to as an analyst.
The responsibilities of a data analyst can include:
- An overall understanding of business
- Gather business/project requirements
- Investigate goals and issues
- Analyze and model needs
- Document and present findings
Beyond the technical skills, successful data analysts are also strong communicators, decision makers, and investigators with the ability to identify options for solving specific problems.
BANA graduates can work in mid- to large-sized enterprises in all sectors as well as in consulting companies as Business Analytics professionals. The leading sectors that are continuously recruiting Business Analytics professionals are Management Consulting, Finance, Internet-Based Businesses, Logistics, Oil and Gas, Retail, and Telecommunications.
Some of the relevant job titles of positions in different businesses and sectors are
- Business Analyst
- Business Intelligence Analyst
- Risk Analytics
- Data Scientist
- Data and Business Insights Analyst
- Director of Data and Analytics
- Business Modelling and Decision Analytics
- Data Mining and Analysis
- Analytics and Insights Analyst
- Financial Analyst
- Marketing Analytics
- OPMA 317
- BTMA 317
- MGST 391
- BTMA 331 - Fall
- OPMA 415 - Fall
- OPMA 419 - Winter
- BTMA 431 - Fall
- Two of: BTMA 333, BTMA 455, BTMA 459, BTMA 465, BTMA 467, BTMA 531
- OPMA 401, OPMA 407, OPMA 409, OPMA 411, OPMA 421, CPSC 319
Note: Course sequencing is recommended, not mandatory.
Business Technology Club (BT Club)
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