Gain a minor in business analytics while pursuing your major in another field.
In an era of big data, business analytics is needed to turn information into intelligence
and insights to support better decision-making and successful business strategies.
Students who choose the minor in business analytics learn to collect and analyze big
data, gaining skills that will improve their competitiveness and marketability in
any industry or organization.
Students also receive MOS Excel Expert Certification and learn how to use technology-enabled
analytical tools like Tableau, SAP Lumira, R, and Power BI.
Requirements for the Minor
The 20-unit business analytics minor can be added to any major, discipline or track
at TU. The total required units for the minor are 21 if students take a 4-unit statistics
course, such as MATH 237. All required courses must be completed with a grade of C
or above (equivalent GPA of 2.00 or higher).
Required Courses (14 units)
EBTM 250 Problem Solving in Business I (1)
EBTM 251 Problem Solving in Business II (1)
EBTM 320 Data Visualization and Dashboards (3)
EBTM 350 Business Analytics (3)
EBTM 400 Applied Data Analytics (3)
EBTM 446 Business Intelligence (3)
Statistics Prerequisite (3 or 4 units)
Select one of the following:
ECON 205 Statistics for Business and Economics I (3)
MATH 231 Basic Statistics (3)
MATH 237 Elementary Biostatistics (4)
PSYC 212 Behavioral Statistics (3)
SOCI 212 Social Statistics (3) Note: Other statistics courses not listed above may be permitted with approval of the department