One in a series of articles profiling university programs focusing on big data and analytics education.
Central Michigan University has worked with analytics dating back to 2002, when the university’s Research Corporation was working on projects with data mining and predictive analytics to help local businesses succeed.
In 2006, it became clear that the Research Corporation would greatly benefit from graduate students who were trained in analytical methods and tools. Partnering with statistical software giant SAS, Central Michigan University created the Graduate Certificate in Data Mining as way for students across several programs to get advanced analytics training.
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