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The University of Newcastle is a multi-campus institution offering programs in a number of locations.
3 years full-time or part-time equivalent up to 8 years maximum.
3 years full-time.
Face to Face
In recent years, interest and industry demand for business analytics specialists has increased significantly. The quality, quantity and diversity of data available has never been greater, with many organisations relying on the expertise of business analysists to inform decision making and strategic direction. As a result, career opportunities in this area have boomed.
The University of Newcastle’s Bachelor of Business Analytics focuses on emergent issues in business. You’ll develop the skills needed to implement and oversee data-driven business decisions and will offer you a competitive advantage in a rapidly evolving employment market.
This new program is set to launch in Semester 1, 2021 from our Newcastle City Campus. It is undergoing final university approval and is subject to change.
(1) The Australian Government Labour Market Insights Portal
When you study a Bachelor of Business Analytics, you’ll explore the key concepts, benefits, and challenges of big data analytics and data visualisation. You’ll apply statistical and machine learning-based predictive models in analytics to various business contexts and learn how to effectively communicate business data to stakeholders.
Core areas of focus include:
Business analytics has emerged in recent years as a powerful and useful capability for organisations in competitive markets. With career opportunities for business analytics graduates are predicted to increase by more than 20% over the next five years. With a Bachelor of Business Analytics, you could pursue a career as a:
Through work-integrated learning opportunities and guest lectures from leading industry professionals you'll gain valuable real-world experiences.
The Newcastle Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), earned by fewer than five percent of the world's business programs.