Prepare to Lead Business Innovation
The bridge for entrance to the Doctor of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Data Analytics (Quantitative) offers a strong foundation in preparation for your doctoral business and academic journey. This bridge to data analytics doctoral pathway is designed for visionary leaders who have an earned a master’s-level degree in a field other than business administration and now seek to transform their career by completing an online DBA pathway at Grand Canyon University.
What You Will Learn in the Quantitative DBA - Data Analytics Bridge Program
In this quantitative bridge to the DBA with an Emphasis in Data Analytics program, you will complete the introductory courses required for all doctoral-level business learners at Grand Canyon University. This includes coursework in accounting, finance, statistics, marketing and databases. The bridge courses provide an introduction to foundational content in the areas of business management.
Your Next Degree
The Doctor of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Data Analytics at Grand Canyon University is designed for business professionals seeking to acquire research skills while enhancing expertise in financial management, planning and executive decision making. As the global economy evolves at record speed, you will emerge from this online program with enhanced skills in the management of organizational data analytics infrastructure, business processes and staffing that will give you a competitive advantage in solving complex business problems. Strengthen your knowledge of business intelligence, research design, data warehousing and mining, capital markets and other emerging disciplines.
Students who complete the bridge and enroll in the DBA with an Emphasis in Data Analytics (Quantitative) will design and conduct research studies to examine and analyze events by interpreting numeric data. They will use statistical techniques to clean, describe, assess, summarize and compare study data. An example of a quantitative data analytics study might include the development of a statistical model to predict consumer product demand and the infrastructure needed to implement the model. The student would provide commentary on how the results compare with previous studies and offer specific recommendations for future studies that expand on specific knowledge relative to consumer demand.
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