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Graduate Certificates

Gain the knowledge needed in a demanding field in as little as 15 weeks. Our certificate programs offered through Miami's Farmer School of Business prepare students for a particular career area with actionable skills that can easily be put into practice. Credits earned in one of our certificate programs can be applied toward a master's degree program.

Business Analytics

Level up your career with our stackable, four-course Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics. Gain real world experience as you learn to analyze complex data sets and support data-driven business decisions. Advance your skills and stand out as a leader through a practical approach to deploying analytics in any business context.

This certificate builds on the skills established in the undergraduate Foundations of Business Analytics certificate.

Course Credit Hours
Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence (ISA 512) 3
Managing Big Data (ISA 514) 3
Introduction to Data Mining in Business (ISA 591) 3
Communicating with Data (ISA 616) 3

 

Advanced Business Analytics

Further develop your skills through an immersive four-course sequence. Explore leading methods and technologies in applied analytics, machine learning, prescriptive methodologies, and applications of artificial intelligence. Gain the qualitative and quantitative skills to store, process, model, and visualize data. Engage with professionals and learn how to put analytics into practice in any business setting. 

Course Credit Hours
Machine Learning Applications in Business (ISA 630) 3
Big Data Analytics and Modern AI (ISA 632) 3
Prescriptive Analytics in Business (ISA 633) 3
Analytics Solution Deployment and Lifecycle Management (ISA 634) 3

 

Business Management

Learn the fundamental business principles for an organization. Top business leaders prepare you to launch your career further, farther, and faster. Begin with Foundation Week prior to the start of fall term. You will be introduced to the requirements and expectations of the program through cohort and team activities.
Modules include:

  • Career preparation
  • Business communication
  • Understanding your thinking preferences with HBDI
  • Business resumes, cover letters, and networking

After Foundation Week, choose twelve credits from the Master's in Management Program.

Course Credit Hours
Accounting for Managers (ACC 611) 3
Game Theory and Decisions (ECO 618) 1.5
Managerial Finance (FIN 625) 3
Information Technology and Analytic's Role in the Enterprise (ISA 628) 1.5
Leveraging IT and Data Across the Business (ISA 629) 1.5
Supply Chain and Operations Management (MGT 627) 3
Strategic Human Capital Management (MGT 610) 1.5
Marketing Management (MKT 618) 3