BUSM 3081 Business Analytics Project
Credit Points 10
Description This unit provides students with the experience of applying business analytics skills and knowledge gained throughout the course of their degree in general and from the Business Analytics major in particular. Students will undertake a project in a real-world case setting to transform data to knowledge providing analytical solution to a client-specified problem. In teams, students will develop a project proposal, final report and/or interactive project tool and presentation. Students will gain insight into the profession of business analytics through independent learning and reflective practice.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 3 subject
Pre-requisite(s) BUSM 1042
Restrictions Students must be enrolled in MT2041 Business Analytics and have completed 160 credit points before enrolling in this subject.
- Analyse the organisational context from which information needs arise;
- Apply business analytic techniques to solve organisational problems in alignment with organisational goals;
- Justify business analytic options and recommendations using knowledge and skills developed across the major;
- Communicate concepts and recommendations in different formats suited to the audience;
- Collaborate with team members in a productive manner supporting diverse viewpoints in relation to business analytics;
- Identify the contribution of the business analytics profession to achieving organisational goals within the context of ethical and socially responsible practice.
- The principles and process of Project management.
- Review of the analysis process: Identification and evaluation of information needs; data acquisition; interpretation, and; strategic recommendation.
- Review key concepts relating to ethics and cyber security
- introduction to client relationship management
- team Roles, professional communication, task allocation, Coordination and control.
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.