Data Engineering - PBACC

Jon M. Huntsman School of Business

About This Certificate

Data Engineering represents one of the fastest-growing sectors of the information economy.

Data engineers provide critical support for the data pipeline, collaborating with their teams to obtain, manage, and prepare the right data needed to answer important questions and inform strategy.

What You Will Learn

Well-qualified data engineers generally require experience in SQL, Agile project management tools, Python, JavaScript, web-based application program interfaces (APIs), and cloud architecture, and understand the applications of these in general business functions and processes.

The Data EngineeringCertificate program allows students to build these critical skills in as little as one to two semesters.


At a Glance

College: Jon M. Huntsman School of Business

Department: Data Analytics and Information Systems Department

USU Locations:

  • Logan campus

Faculty: View profiles of faculty members on the department directory.

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Career And Outcomes

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Zsolt Ugray

MMIS Graduate Director & Associate Professor
Office: BUS 716
Phone: 435-797-8132

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