You expected to dig deeply into your engineering discipline to build your professional skills, and you’ve done that. But now your success increasingly depends on finding and interpreting data — vast amounts of it — spread more widely than you imagined. Learn to locate, isolate, validate, and orchestrate it into a symphony of information that brings your organization the standing ovation it deserves.
OHIO knows you didn’t become an engineer to watch things happen. You became one to make things happen. Gain the skills to make a greater impact by choosing OHIO’s online Graduate Certificate in Engineering Analytics — geared toward your professional goals.
100% online coursework
Earn your graduate certificate in as little as one year
No GRE or GMAT required
Personal support team and leadership experience opportunities
Earn credits that can be applied toward a Master of Engineering Management degree
Regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
Three start times per year — fall, spring, and summer
At the Russ College of Engineering and Technology, you’ll enhance your ability to leverage engineering management data and make reliable decisions. The online Graduate Certificate in Engineering Analytics will equip you with the skills to find efficiencies, improve processes, and make reliable predictions for your organization. With courses taught by OHIO’s internationally recognized faculty, you’ll build your knowledge of statistics, information systems engineering, database information systems, data acquisition, and predictive analytics.
The online Graduate Certificate in Engineering Analytics is one of OHIO’s four online Master of Engineering Management certificates. This group of certificates strengthens your knowledge and skills in specialized areas. Each certificate is more focused than a full degree, which means you’ll graduate with in-demand expertise.
Earn an online Master of Engineering Management certificate in one or more of these areas:
Lean Six Sigma
What makes these certificates unique is that the credit you earn through each one can be applied toward your full Master of Engineering Management degree. Upon completion, these certificates will appear with earned graduate credit on your transcript from an accredited institution, not just as continuing education classes.
OHIO’s certificates cover highly relevant topics and are taught by experienced faculty from a program with notable national rankings. In addition, benefits of earning your certificate with OHIO include:
Quality. Ohio University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Cost. OHIO’s certificate programs are competitively priced.
Schedule. Choose from three start times per year — fall, spring, and summer.
You can earn your Graduate Certificate in Engineering Analytics in as little as one year. The maximum time allowed for the completion of a certificate is three calendar years or nine consecutive semesters.
EMGT 6100 – Statistics for Engineering Management (4 credits)
This course is intended to prepare engineering management students to design statistically valid experiments and analyze the results. Topics include basic probability theory, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, regression, and analysis of variance.
EMGT 6200 – Information Systems Engineering (3 credits)
This course introduces students to information systems within and across organizations. Information systems provide a primary source of information for management. Students learn about the phases of design and implementation of information systems, as well as methods for keeping abreast of fast-paced changes in the IT world.
EMGT 6210 – Database Information Systems (3 credits)
This course presents methods and procedures for storing and retrieving manufacturing data in large computerized databases. It also covers the entity relationship modeling of database systems using common notation. Topics include database design, normalization, and SQL. Students will build a database using MS Access as a project.
EMGT 6220 – Data Acquisition and Predictive Analytics (3 credits)
In this course students learn modern methods for data analysis and predictive analytics. Students gain the knowledge to develop advanced queries and apply statistical methods and machine learning to analyze the data and make predictions in the engineering management context.
*Curriculum is subject to change.
If you would like to be considered for one of OHIO’s online Master of Engineering Management certificates, you must apply for admission to each certificate. If you’re already admitted to the Master of Engineering Management program, you will benefit from an abbreviated admissions process.
Here’s what you’ll need to apply:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, mathematics, or physical sciences from an accredited four-year program in the U.S. with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
Two letters of recommendation
International applicants must also submit:
TOEFL iBT (570 paper-based) score of at least 88 or a IELTS of 7.0 on the 9-band scale
It’s important to note that OHIO assesses each applicant individually. If you don’t meet all the admissions criteria, reach out to a Pathways Navigator to discuss your background and eligibility.
Tuition and fees
Ohio University qualified as one of America’s Best College Buys by Forbes for the past 18 years, making it one of seven institutions in the state to be recognized for affordability and value.
$9,256 (Ohio resident)
$9,503 (non-Ohio resident)
Cost per credit
$712 (Ohio resident)
$731 (non-Ohio resident)
*Tuition rates vary depending on the type of degree you are interested in pursuing. These costs reflect tuition rates for 2020-21 and are subject to change.
About Ohio University
For more than two centuries, Ohio University has been serving learners from around the world in a student-centered, transformative learning environment. As the first university established in Ohio and the ninth oldest public university in the United States, OHIO has a longstanding reputation for excellence based on the quality of its programs, faculty, and alumni.
What started with one building, one professor, and three students has grown to 11 campuses and academic centers across the state, with many of its on-campus programs now available online. OHIO offers a variety of programs to more than 36,000 students, with 250 bachelor’s, 188 master’s, and 58 doctoral degrees. From business to education and health care, Ohio University has a program for every learner.
Accreditation and ranking
The Russ College of Engineering and Technology is ranked among the nation’s “Best Online Master’s in Engineering Programs” and “Best Online Master’s Engineering Programs for Veterans” by U.S. News & World Report
The Russ College of Engineering and Technology was named a “2020 Best College” by The Princeton Review
Ohio University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
Qualified as one of America’s Best College Buys by Forbes for the past 18 years, one of just seven institutions in the state to make the list
Ranked Ohio’s “#1 Online College” by OnlineColleges.com
Praised for professional accessibility by The Princeton Review
Recognized for academic quality and value by Peterson’s Competitive Colleges