Data analysis applies to a world that goes beyond business decisions, as today information and data influences every aspect of our world. Organizations need to hire graduates who can help them become smarter and more efficient at predicting future opportunities, as well as risks.
Lakeland University's bachelor of science in industrial systems analytics meets the needs of students and employers.
This program is highly sought by regional employers and will immerse students across the fields of technology, programming, statistics and data analysis and visualization.
Industrial systems analytics will prepare students to design, develop, implement and operate complex processes and systems in industry and elsewhere.
The workforce for graduates of this program is bright.
- Wisconsin's Workforce and Labor Market Information System notes that operations research analyst is the fastest growing job market in the state, and is growing faster in Wisconsin than nationally.
- Wisconsin ranks second in the nation, behind only Indiana, in the percentage of earnings and employees that work in manufacturing according to the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics. Sheboygan County ranks 25th (out of more than 3,000 counties) in the nation in the percentage of total earnings due to manufacturing.