Fall 2022 > Management & Business > MIST.6060 > 081
Course No: MIST.6060-081; SIS Class Nbr: 4914; SIS Term: 3210
Course Status: Registration Closed
This Course introduces the concepts and technologies of business intelligence and data mining. The course studies how data-oriented business intelligence techniques can be used by organizations to gain competitive advantages, as well as how to design and develop these techniques. Topics include classification, clustering, association analysis, prediction, and text and web mining. Data-mining related ethical issues will also be discussed.
Related Programs: Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics, M.S. in Business Analytics, Online MBA, M.S. in Accounting
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