Data Management (Fast-Track) Certificate Program
Be a part of something big.
Are you inquisitive? Do you enjoy digging into data to identify and analyze trends? The Data Management Certificate Program and Bunker Hill Community College, the first of its kind in New England, is designed to help you turn your curiosity into a successful new career.
With more and more companies and organizations using data to make informed decisions on their business needs, data management professionals are in high demand. According to global consulting firm A.T. Kearney, more than 200,000 entry-level jobs and 1.5 million managerial jobs will be created in the field over the next few years. The five courses that make up the Data Management (Fast-Track) Certificate Program will prepare you for an entry into one of the fastest-growing and high-demand fields in the industry.
This fast-track certificate is a popular option for working professionals interested in learning the basics of data management, and is also ideal for students pursuing degrees in fields like mathematics, business and information technology.
This program prepares students to become database and spreadsheet support technicians who work with users to identify their needs and design and program reports and forms to meet those needs.
|Information Technology Problem Solving||CIT-113|
|Introduction to Big Data with R and R-Studio||CIT-137|
|Introduction to Networking||CIT-162|
|Decision Support Using MS Excel||CIT-234|
For a full list of program requirements including prerequisites and substitutions, please visit the program requirements page.
Graduates of this program will be able to
- Design and code complex queries.
- Find databases and convert the data into readable and analyzable formats.
- Support Excel functions and databases.
- Support basic data gathering and manipulation with R programming.
Course Spotlight: Introduction to Big Data
This course provides an introduction to big data and the Data Analytics Lifecycle to address business challenges that leverage big data. The focus is on questions more than answers. “The course is about looking at data in a new way and learning how to think critically about why things are the way they are,” says Assistant Professor Michael D. Harris, who teaches the course. Students discuss current, real-world events and learn about various tools and methods to apply critical analysis to their findings.
“Data is the new science. Big Data holds the answers.”
—Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VMWare