Meet the growing demand for skilled data professionals with Capella University's Bachelor's in Information Technology and minor in Data Management. You'll gain the knowledge and skills to evaluate the methods used to organize and store data so it can be efficiently found and effectively communicated as well as help support an effective data management program in a variety of settings.
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The content alignment of Capella's Data Management minor was developed in conjunction with the experts who helped create the Data Management (DAMA) International Guide to the Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK).
As a result, Capella's Data Management minor will provide the foundational knowledge required for certification in the Certified Data Management Professional (CMDP) certification offered by DAMA.
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With your Bachelor's in Information Technology and minor in Data Management from Capella, you'll understand data governance, architecture, design and integration, database administration, data modeling and standards, and strategies and techniques in traditional, distributed, and virtual environments. You'll also be able to integrate recognized concepts in business process, data architecture and design, and database development with best practices used in real-world situations, in order to excel as a practitioner in your chosen careers. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
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Common jobs with an online Bachelor's in Information Technology and minor in Data Management include data developer, data analyst, data specialist, data management specialist, data modeler, quality assurance analyst, database developer, or database administrator. Potential workplaces include: corporation, government agency, higher education, or business consulting firm.
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