Lead the way in a data-driven world.
Data analysts are in increasingly high demand in companies around the world. The Applied Analytics program sharpens your skills in the collection measurement and management of complex data. Through this future-focused program, you’ll develop your understanding of analytics technology – its capabilities, its limits and its pitfalls – and learn how to analyse vast amounts of data to make better organisational decisions and forecasts.
This is an interdisciplinary program with streams tailored for established professionals from a select group of fields, including education, psychology, environment, health and urban development. You’ll work alongside a diverse cohort while specialising in the unique analytical challenges of your profession.
Applicants to this course are advised to check the entry requirements — all participants will have a high level of prior study in a cognate area, or a minimum of eight years documented, relevant work experience.
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|Course name||Part-time duration||Total course fee*||Intakes**||Ready to apply|
|Master of Applied Analytics||2 years||A$35,162||January, July||Apply now|
|Graduate Certificate in Applied Analytics||1 year||A$17,152||January, July||Apply now|
|Professional Certificate in Applied Analytics||6 months||A$8,576||January, July||Apply now|
*The University reviews fees annually. The indicative total course fee is based on typical subject enrolments, and includes an indexation of 5 per cent per annum. More information about fees.
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