Whether you’re looking to gain in-demand skills that will help you land a job in data analytics or you’re an existing data analyst seeking to advance in your career, our courses offer the education you need to reach your professional goals.
Data Analytics Professional Certificate Program:
- Complete in 12-15 months
- 7 online courses, 16 academic units
Who is This Program For?
- Career changers and recent grads looking to build new skills for a career in data
- Junior data and market research analysts interested in building on their foundational knowledge
- Mid-level data analysts or specialists who want to move into a management or business partner role and influence organizational decisions.
What You’ll Learn
- Techniques for data discovery, validation, manipulation and exploration
- SQL programming for data collection and analysis
- Core statistical concepts and techniques for data analysis
- Data visualization and storytelling to communicate and present data without bias
- Elective options: product sense for data analysis; data ethics, security and governance; or Python programming
- Hands-on practice implementing end-to-end data analysis that can be leveraged as a portfolio piece
What You’ll Get
- UC-quality education with academic credit
- A digital badge to share on LinkedIn
- Online convenience with an engaging interactive format
- One-on-one interaction with industry experts from institutions like Intel, Oracle and UC Davis
- Hands-on experience with industry software, including Excel, Power BI, Tableau, SQL and Python
- Collaborative, project-based learning that reflects the workplace
- Unique networking opportunities that can advance your career
- Scholarship opportunity through the UC Davis Graduate School of Management MSBA program
Real-World Instructors Put Theory into Practice
Thomas Duncan, M.S., is the business analytics manager for Trifecta Nutrition. He has been working in the data field for nearly 15 years, with positions held at the Sacramento Kings, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Baltimore Orioles and Apptopia. He’s been teaching data topics since 2013. In addition to a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Boston College, Duncan holds a master’ degree in statistics from Stanford University. Read more about Thomas Duncan.
Don Noxon, B.S., specializes in teaching data preparation and exploratory analysis to working professionals. For 25 years, he has worked with Intel Corporation as a management consultant, lead analyst and currently as a research data scientist and educator, teaching data topics at Intel Institute and UC Davis since 2005.