Best fit for:
• Are comfortable with math.*
• Enjoy working with technology.*
• Have the business sense to ask the right questions.
*These attributes are not critical but nice to have.
Our Undergraduate Admissions team can help!
Meeting of the minds.
The Business Analytics concentration focuses on how businesses gather data to create useful business models. Designed for students who are strong in math and computer technology — who also think creatively — it is the perfect program for students who want to work on a degree in business and a minor in mathematics
Our business programs embrace liberal arts education, which develops nimble minds for a fast-changing workplace. The Business Analytics concentration incorporates adventurous thinking with required skills in statistics, research, data mining, and business model building.
The business world demands colleagues with solid math skills, comfort with technology, and those with business sense to ask the right questions. Classes are taught by faculty with real-world experience – and broad real-world contacts.
Business Analytics is perfect for a student who wants to pursue a degree in business and a minor in mathematics.
Combine those distinctions with a clear-eyed focus on ethics, the most up-to-date curriculum, independent research – and you can see how this degree can transform you into an industry innovator.
What classes will I take?
BUSA 2030. Information Systems for Business
ACCT 2010. Financial Accounting
ACCT 2020. Managerial Accounting
BUSA 2140. Legal Environment of Business
BUSA 2210. Introduction to Macroeconomics
BUSA 2700. Principles of Management
BUSA 2200. Principles of Marketing
BUSA 3400. Business Finance
BUSA 3500. Business Analytics II
BUSA 3700. Project Management
BUSA 4000. International Business
BUSA 4030. Management Information Systems
BUSA 4400. Strategic Management
BUSA 3306. Applied Ethics
BUSA 3580. Computational Thinking in Business
BUSA 4355/BUSA 5600. Advanced Business Analytics
CSCI 1301. Programming Principles I
Note 1: BUSA 2100. should be taken to meet the mathematical reasoning general education requirement.
Note 2: We encourage students to consider the option of three math classes as electives within the concentration, which leaves the student just 2 courses short of a minor in mathematics along with their Business Analytics concentration.
ACCT 3100. Cost Accounting
ACCT 4600. Auditing
BUSA 3515. Qualitative Analysis for Business
BUSA 3340. Sports Economics
BUSA 3620. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
BUSA 4310. Investment Management
BUSA 4620/BUSA 5620. Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Management
BUSA 4700. Business Internship
BUSA 4800. Productions and Operations Management
BUSA 4980/ACCT 4980. Special Topics: Entrepreneurship
BUSA 4990/ACCT 4990. Special Topics: Travel Study
MATH 2300. Discrete Mathematics
MATH 2450. Calculus I
MATH 2460. Calculus II
MATH 2470. Calculus III
MATH 2600. Linear Algebra
Prepare to Make a Life
What can I do with a major in
Piedmont students have gone on to pursue careers in:
- Data Analytics
- Business Analytics
- Operations Research Analytics
- Market Research Analytics
- Quantitative Analytics
- Personal Financial Advisor
- Financial Analyst
- Business Intelligence Analyst