Science and Technology Center (McNulty Hall) Room 116
Director: Manfred Minimair, Ph.D.
The program is offered by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Psychology. This program identifies the skills and knowledge that data analysts need to succeed. The students learn how to analyze and visualize complex data with industry-standard applications, including Tableau, and programming languages such as R and Python. The program trains the students to communicate information clearly and effectively through graphic depictions that stimulate and encourage viewer engagement. The students practice preparing real-world data for storing in databases, analyzing data with statistics and machine-learning tools, and using visualization in order to explore data and present findings. The program is a hybrid program, offering some courses online and others in-person, as listed in the online course catalogue database.
- Undergraduate admission to Seton Hall University
The minor is earned by completing 15 course credits (9 required and 6 elective) and an additional 3-credit internship, for a total of 18 credits.
**For students who have skills comparable to BITM 2701 Management Information Systems
Visualization and Cognition
|PSYC 1101||Introduction to Psychology (must earn at least a C-)||3|
|PSYC 3214||Cognitive Psychology||3|