Analytic Capstone Project II

Course Description

Master’s level research in analytic project implementation, technical writing, and project presentation. Team building, collaboration, ethics, and conflict resolution are implemented. Strategic and technical aspects are implemented and presented to project advisors and stakeholders.

Learning Outcomes

  • Apply contemporary leadership methods in data analytics to ethically implement and present the final analytic project to project advisors and stakeholders both orally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate methods of team building, conflict resolution, and team collaboration.
  • Implement the correct methodology to solving a complex problem in business intelligence or the computer-aided technical support for business intelligence.
  • Formally present a complete project to advisors and stakeholders orally and in a project report.

Prerequisites

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