Certificate in Data Analytics

As part of our experiential education with a focus on data science, Nichols College offers an undergraduate Analytics Certificate. This program is designed to allow students with an interest in analytics to pursue their chosen undergraduate academic program at the same time as earning the certificate. Earning a Data Analytics certification will boost your resume, elevate your future career, and expand your working knowledge.

Analytics is all about getting value out of data. With this program, you’ll learn how to collect it, analyze it, and transform it into something actionable. Students will have the opportunity to complete projects and coursework with industry veterans, including from Google Analytics Academy. You can complete the program regardless of your major, giving you a specialized competitive advantage in one of today’s fastest-growing job markets.

Undergraduate Certificates

Undergraduate Certificates are a great way to add value to your degree by honing your skills with specialized coursework that sets you apart. Having an Analytics Certificate will allow you to diversify yourself from the competition in a meaningful way. No matter what you’re studying at Nichols, your advisor can help you find room for these classes in your schedule so you can graduate, on time, at no extra cost, with a unique credential that will stand out on your resume.

We’re ranked a 2022 Best College in the Northeast by the Princeton Review and eighth nationally for Mid-Career Salary Potential by Payscale.com, so value of a Nichols College education is on display. Why not earn an Analytics Certificate today?

Analytics Certificate Requirements

The certificate requires 12 credits of coursework, consisting of four three-credit courses. Depending on the student’s concentration, up to two courses may double-count toward their academic program as well as toward the certificate program. Students are strongly encouraged to take ITM 209 as a prerequisite for these courses.

The coursework covers the technology that powers analytics and an Advanced Business Analytics class where students learn how to turn data into decisions. The remaining two courses can be selected from analytics courses in a variety of disciplines.

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