DeGroote School of Business

Course Description

K723 - Data Mining and Business Intelligence

Data mining is the discovery of hidden information from historical data. With data mining, it is possible to better manage product warranties, predict purchases of retail stock, unearth fraud, determine credit risk, and define new products and services. This course introduces basic data mining technologies and their use for business intelligence. Students will learn how to analyze the business needs for knowledge discovery in order to create competitive advantages and to apply data mining technologies appropriately in order to realize their real business value. This course is suitable for MBA students with interests in IS, finance, marketing, operational management, and healthcare management.

  • Prerequisite: K603, OR I603 and I604

Course Offerings

Fall 2024

Code Section Outline
K723 C01
K723E C02

Fall 2023

Code Section Outline
K723 C01 Outline
K723 C02
K723 E C03 Outline
K723 E C04

Fall 2022

Code Section Outline
K723 C01 Outline
K723 C02 Outline
K723 E C03 Outline

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