Marquette online health care data analytics curriculum
Our interdisciplinary online M.S. in Health Care Data Analytics courses will help you gain the insight and experience you need to make a difference in the world of health care. Marquette’s online program combines equal parts computer science with health care context to prepare you for an in-demand role as a data analytics professional in the booming health care field.
Pursuing your education through a Jesuit institution also means your courses will teach you to reflect on the ethical and social issues inextricable from the modern health care industry. Marquette’s health care data analytics curriculum will help you to become a meaningful bridge between individuals, big data and the health care industry.
Data analytics core
Build your foundation with computer science courses focused on computer science and how to use data to tell a story.
COSC 5500: Visual Analytics (3 credit hours)
COSC 5820: Ethical and Social Implications of Data (3 credit hours)
COSC 6510: Business Intelligence (3 credit hours)
COSC 6520: Business Analytics (3 credit hours)
Foundations of text and data mining techniques commonly used for classification, clustering and prediction. Students are presented techniques for developing a business case, evaluating predictive performance and managing data. Includes exercises using analytic technology and a project to apply analytics to a customer application. Students are advised to complete COSC 6510 Business Intelligence before attempting COSC 6520.
COSC 6570: Data at Scale (3 credit hours)
Health care context
Health care courses help you learn how to apply your data methodology knowledge to the health care setting.