Data Management and Analysis, BAS, Business Intelligence Concentration

Businesses depend more and more on expert data analysis to inform strategic decisions. Analysists build and interpret large datasets to identify complex patterns and develop business strategies. The Business Intelligence Concentration provides essential skills for employment in this expanding field, including database design, data interchange, and warehousing. Students will also acquire skills in predictive analytics, reporting and performance management.

Courses & Requirements

The course catalog is a great place to find detailed information on this program.

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A Fast-Growing Sector

The U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics expects employment in this field to grow by 25% from 2020-2030.

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Finish It Your Way

Students can complete a capstone project or receive internship credits working within the industry.

  • Xiao ("Winnie") Li

    • Faculty

    Winnie Li has an Master of Science in Statistics from California State University East Bay and a Bachelor’s in Computer Science and Engineering from University of California Davis. Before joining BC, she worked in multiple roles in Clearwire and Microsoft.

  • Charlene Cheng

    • Faculty

    Charlene Cheng graduated from UC Berkeley, double major in Computer Science and Data Science. Prior to teaching, she worked at Microsoft for more than 3 years. She is also expert in the field of large scale machine learning and natural language processing.

  • Theodore ("Ted") Spence

    • Faculty

    Ted Spence holds a BA in Philosophy from California State University, Fullerton. His career has spanned numerous industries, from small startups to large enterprises. His areas of expertise include marketing analytics, API design, database design and management, and programming in a variety of languages.