HIMT 425  Data Warehousing and Mining
​Section Number ​76
​Credits ​3
​Description

Examine the concept of data warehouse and its effectiveness in supporting strategic decision-making. Address the process of creating data warehouse/data-mart solutions from the identification of the enterprise informational and analytical needs to producing business intelligence by extracting information from the data warehouse by using data mining methods and models. Prereq: HMT 375.

​Prerequisites
​Course Website Health Information Management and Technology
​Textbook
​Instructor ​To Be Determined
​Location Online
​Dates ​January 27 - May 16, 2014
​Times ​All course requirements must be completed by May 16, 2014
​Wisconsin Standards
​Special Message This course is part of a 60 credit degree completion program for a Bachelor's Degree in Health Science Information Management and Technology in collaboration with UW-Green Bay, UW-LaCrosse, UW-Extension, and UW-Stevens Point.
​Note Program admission not requried for participation.
​Registration ​Contact John McCulley for registration and additional program information.
​Tuition

Estimated Tuition (subject to change)

Undergraduate                     $1,170.00

(does not include cost of textbooks and or additional software for successful completion of the course)