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Business Analytics & Statistics Department in the College of Business Adminstration at the University of Tennessee Dreamweaver Templates. College of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee


What are the learning objectives?

The program has five learning objectives and is aimed at training candidates to perform research consistent with the college’s mission to generate nationally and internationally recognized outcomes that improve the world.

The program is designed to have faculty work with a highly qualified and motivated group of students in a collaborative relationship to create a high level of learning and research productivity. While the focus is on research productivity, significant attention is also paid to grooming the student for classroom teaching.

  • Gain deep knowledge of the literature and developments in a specific area within the Analytics domain to further the appropriate methodological tools in this chosen area.
  • Fulfill the growing need for faculty that can teach business analytics at the undergraduate and graduate levels in business analytics.
  • Be able to conduct research that addresses real-world problems using quantitative and methodological models to visualize and interpret data.
  • Possess the ability to develop and test research hypotheses by acquiring data from primary and secondary sources.
  • Be able to clearly communicate their research findings and present their work at national and international research conferences.

Business Analytics & Statistics ~ 255 Stokely Management Center ~ Knoxville, TN ~ 37996 - 0532
Phone: 865-974-5544 ~ Fax: 865-974-2490 ~ Email:bas@utk.edu

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