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Business Analytics Certificate

Today, businesses, consumers, and societies leave behind massive amounts of data as a by-product of their activities. Leading-edge companies in every industry are using business analytics to analyze data and replacing intuition and guesswork in their decision-making with analytical insights.

The objective of the Undergraduate Business Analytics certificate is to prepare students to structure, transform, and analyze data to gain insights that will improve business intelligence and managerial decision-making.

The Undergraduate Business Analytics Certificate offered by Scheller College provides training in statistics, data analysis, management and visualization, as well as in applications of analytics techniques to different business areas.

 This certificate is available to all undergraduate students at Georgia Tech. The undergraduate Business Analytics certificate requires 12 semester hours. Students must earn a grade of "C" or higher in all of the courses to qualify for the certificate.

Requirements (All Majors)
Core Requirement (1 course):
Three (3) courses should be chosen from the following:

Please check the course catalog on OSCAR while planning your schedule. Many of these courses require prerequisites that will not be waived. However, there are several allowed substitutions for MGT 2250 as a prerequisite for MGT 4181, including: BMED 2400, BIOL 4401, ECON 2250, ISyE 2028 *and* ISyE 2027, ISyE 3770, MATH 3215, MATH 3225, MATH 3770 *or* MATH 3670, PSYC 2020, and PUPB 3120 (was PUBP 4113). For MGT 2251 as a prerequisite for MGT 4367, ISyE 4133 is an allowed substitution.

  • MGT 3312 - Pricing Strategy and Analytics
  • MGT 4803 - Understanding Markets with Data Science (MGT 2250)

Certificate Application
Application for certificates should be submitted two weeks prior to the commencement for the semester you plan to graduate. Early applications will not be accepted. Submit your application by completing the online form.

Contact the Scheller Undergraduate Program Office at 404-894-2605.