Be a Data Analytics Trailblazer
Understanding and using data is the currency of the 21st century regardless of field, profession, and vocation. A robust data analytics program, led by outstanding scholars and practitioners, creates opportunities for our students. This program educates students to help them better use data for the good of their organization and the good of the world.
Trinity’s approach to data analytics uses collaborative problem-solving, project-based learning, and Christian formation to graduate students who can see broad contexts, think big picture, solve hard problems, and ask difficult and important questions.
Trinity Christian College’s Data Analytics program also offers opportunities for students in other majors to take data analytics coursework, allowing them to use data to make a difference in their own careers!
Business data is becoming more detailed and granular than ever. This means professionals with the experience and skills to dig through it are in high demand. Earning a bachelor’s in data analytics from Trinity Christian College means you can be among the select few data scientists providing crucial guidance for organizations looking to make the most informed decisions possible. You’ll be in a strong position to offer your expertise and be one of the most indispensable resources in today’s business landscape.
Our location near Chicago means you should be able to start networking right away with many of the world’s largest companies and institutions. Numerous financial aid opportunities are available. Get in touch with us to learn how you can enroll in the program today.
Get Essential Skills & A taste of Data via 1.5 Credit Mini-Courses
The data analytics program offers a rotating schedule of 1.5 credit (half-semester) courses that teach fundamental skills and tools. Topics include data visualization, ethics in technology, experimental design, and more. With no prerequisites, these courses provide an excellent starting place for those interested in exploring the field of data analytics or students looking to extend their tech skillsets. These courses serve as one entry point to the data analytics major, minor, and micro-credentials.