16 Weeks


Data Analysis and Visualization 


$1996 ($499/course)



No prerequisites. No application. Register online.
No matter the industry, data analysis and visualization is critical to organizational decision-making. From noticing integral trends in your field to identifying internal operational needs, a true understanding of data analysis can influence how your organization makes financial decisions, develops marketing strategy, and more. In this program, explore sources for acquiring data, descriptive statistics, and data comparison before moving into the essential display and communication of data.
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$1996 ($499/course)


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Learning Format
Designed with built-in flexibility for working adults and done the Norwich way with special emphasis on quality, innovation, and challenge, these courses can work into a busy schedule and fit in around work and family. There are deadlines at the end of each week, but you choose when to get the work done. All that’s needed is an internet connection, so you can take our courses from almost anywhere in the world.
Who Should Register
Adults looking to transition into a Data Analysis career, Data Analysists who want to do better work, and anyone who works in a field that heavily relies on data.
What You'll Need To Succeed
Devote 6-8 hours per week and spread your hours evenly throughout the week. Ensure that you can apply your lessons to your real-life experiences and do the extra assignments when you can. Be prepared to work in groups remotely.

Meet Your Instructor

Dennis McGrath
Dennis McGrath is an engineer with more than 30 years of experience using data to make better decisions. He received both his Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from Rutgers University. His career spans multiple sectors including government/military, healthcare, finance, and homeland security. As an engineer for the Naval Air Warfare Center and later with Lockheed Martin, he worked with Navy aircraft and ship-based combat systems. As a researcher at Dartmouth College and Norwich University, he was principle investigator for multiple projects investigating technology for infrastructure protection and disaster response. More recently, he has been a consultant to several New England hospitals using Six Sigma methods to spearhead data-driven process improvements.