Applied Business Analytics

Provided by: NHH
(EQF level: 8)

The aim of the course is to empower the participants to integrate modern interpretation of analytical techniques, theory, and methodology in the analyses of socio-economic problems related to their research needs. Applied analytics is a way to understand a variety of processes in business, strategy, and management. The importance of analytical skills for PhD research in business has been on the rise. PhD students, whose research is focused on business, strategy, and management, are required to be fully equipped with sufficient knowledge and analytical "toolboxes" to be successful in their doctoral studies and future career.

The course is based on online teaching (Canvas, Zoom, and/or other digital tools) with no in-classroom teaching and with no on-campus activities.

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  • Fall semester 2024/25

    Course start date 2024-11-11
    Course end date 2024-11-15
    Language English
    Credits 2.5 (ECTS)
    Grading scheme: Pass/Fail

    Written term paper - individually or as a group of up to 3 persons.