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Spot consumer and behavioral trends as you learn how to collect, clean and analyze raw data at Johnson County Community College. This specialized analysis can optimize efficiency in many different industries.

What will I learn in JCCC’s Data Analytics courses?

You will discover how to categorize, store and analyze data, behavioral trends and patterns in JCCC’s Data Analytics courses. In two semesters, you’ll gain a strong understanding of data fundamentals and the practical applications of data analysis. Starting with Introduction to Data Science (DS 210), you’ll begin to learn techniques and tools that data analysts and data scientists use daily.

You’ll learn about various topics including:

  • Data science and statistics
  • Data visualization
  • SQL for data analysis
  • Statistical programming
  • Data mining
  • Machine learning
  • Big data architecture

Why JCCC’s Data Analytics courses?

All of our courses are taught by Data Analytics experts. Take a look at real-world scenarios when you work side by side with experienced partners in the field. Stay on trend with the latest information on technology, and understand the life cycle of data through performance and quality control plans. You will study actual programs, implement real solutions and identify improvements.

Small class settings to make the learning experience more personalized and allow for more one-on-one time with instructors.

Our Computer Information Systems, Computer Science and Data Analytics Advisory Board provides expert advice on a variety of issues in these fields. The advisory board helps ensure that students earning degrees or certificates from JCCC are prepared to enter the workforce and become immediately productive.

At JCCC, credit earned in Data Analytics courses can be applied to various associate degree programs or transferred to a four-year bachelor’s program at a nearby university. Check out JCCC’s transfer information and services if you’re interested in transferring your credits.

 You can also choose to join one of our many clubs and organizations, including our Computer Club or Engineering and Math Club.

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Data analysts collect, process and perform statistical analyses of large amounts of information. Depending on your training and level of expertise, professionals who work with data might find themselves:

  • Mining data from various sources
  • Cleaning data to prune irrelevant information
  • Analyzing and interpreting results using standard statistical tools and methods
  • Finding correlations and trends in complicated data sets
  • Identifying new opportunities for process improvement
  • Providing data reports and data visualizations to management and teams
  • Collaborating with IT teams, data scientists and managers on meeting organizational goals
  • Problem-solving coding and data-related issues

These skills are used in sectors such as:

  • Natural resources
  • Environmental agencies
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Healthcare
  • Business and finance

At Johnson County Community College, we are constantly working to make tuition more affordable for you.

Here’s what JCCC has to offer:

Supply costs and textbooks costs vary depending on your courses.

Resources at JCCC

Being a student at JCCC means you have access to a range of services and resources to help you succeed. We offer professional tutoring and small, personalized class sizes.

In addition, our Financial Aid office can help you find ways to fund your schooling, including scholarships and student loans.

If you need help discovering what your passion will be post-graduation, our Career Development Center and Academic Counseling services are great support tools.

You can also transfer to a four-year school. JCCC is here to help make the transition to another college program easy and stress-free.