Offered By: Colangelo College of Business
Earn Your Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence
After earning Grand Canyon University's (G.C.U.) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence degree, you will be prepared for many career options. In the B.S. in business intelligence program, offered by the Colangelo College of Business, you examine the key functional areas of management, accounting, finance, and marketing. You also study how to leverage web analytics to ascertain website effectiveness with a specific focus on how to track, capture, analyze and decipher website traffic.
Focus on Business Intelligence
In the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence degree, you examine the fundamentals of project management, database structures, programming, business analytics, IT governance and ethics. Another important concept you explore in the business intelligence degree is the role of governance and ethics within information technology, including preparing for an audit, complying with government regulations and understanding data-privacy issues.
What You Will Learn
Study Foundational Coursework in Business Intelligence
Some of the areas you focus on include:
- Marketing mix and marketing concepts
- Microeconomic topics, macroeconomic topics, and international economics topics
- Introduction to the accounting cycle
- Construction of financial statements
- Management processes and functions
- Foundation of core knowledge within the field of information technology
- Use of managerial accounting data in the decision-making process
- Practical application of descriptive and inferential statistics in business
- Fundamentals of business finance
- Design, development, implementation, and maintenance of relational database structures
- Information technology project management
- Role of governance and ethics within information technology
- Current business analytics practices and tools
- Key aspects of predictive analytics
- Leveraging web analytics for website effectiveness
- IT and business analytics topics
Prepare for Success with Your Business Intelligence Degree
With a BS in business intelligence, you will be prepared for a career in a variety of business administration roles with a unique emphasis on business analytics. This business intelligence degree program can prepare you to work as a business analyst, project manager, quality assurance specialist or e-business and m-business solution manager.
You may also choose to further your education beyond the BS in business intelligence program. G.C.U. offers a variety of master's degrees in business, including an MBA and a Master of Science in Leadership.
Join Grand Canyon University’s vibrant and growing campus community, with daytime classes designed for traditional students. Immerse yourself in a full undergraduate experience, complete with a curriculum designed within the context of our Christian worldview. New modern classrooms, suite-style residence halls, popular dining options, resort-style swimming pools and a focus on creating a dynamic student life make G.C.U. a top choice for high school graduates and transfer students. Exciting events, well-known guest speakers, and Division I athletics round out the traditional student experience. Our welcoming campus community is the perfect place to find your purpose.
Pursue a next-generation education with an online degree from Grand Canyon University. Earn your degree with convenience and flexibility with online courses that let you study anytime, anywhere. G.C.U. offers the most experienced leadership in delivering online degree programs. Full-time faculty members and fully trained adjunct instructors, equipped with strong academic backgrounds and practical experience in their fields, support you every step of the way. Designed with the career-oriented professional in mind, our online classes provide an intimate environment that stimulates engaging and challenging discussions. Choose from programs across our distinct colleges, in high-demand employment areas. Classes begin frequently.
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