Timothy Shea, DBA
Decision & Information Sciences
Charlton College of Business 322
- Business Analytics
- Advanced Projects
- Digital Economy
Online and Continuing Education Courses
Analytic component of Business Intelligence, especially real world deployment of BI. Course study includes SAP's ERP application including reporting, monitoring, querying, dashboarding, in-memory analytics, Big Data, and predictive analytics. In addition, the Business Intelligence Lifecycle and Architecture will be introduced through the BI Development Phases and an Introduction to Data Warehousing.
Capstone course in the Management Information Systems program. The course incorporates concepts and skills from throughout the MIS curriculum and introduces concepts in project management and teamwork. Students, working in teams, design and implement information technology-based solutions to real business problems in real companies. More specifically, the course assists the student in developing an understanding of the purpose and benefits of project management by examining the concepts, practices, processes, tools, techniques and resources used by the project manager throughout the project lifecycle. Students will also learn to use project management software.
Fundamental knowledge of business analytics & information visualization combined with extensive opportunities for developing hands-on skills for applying business analytics to managerial decision making. Topics include the major categories of business analytics - descriptive, prescriptive, & predictive analytics. Students will gain experience in designing & evaluating information visualizations, especially dashboards, storytelling & other forms of visual presentation.
Timothy Shea, D.B.A., is an Associate Professor of Management Information Systems. Dr. Shea first worked in management consulting developing large systems applications and providing IT as well as analytic support for a Social Science Research firm. His recent research has focused on cybersecurity, technology, and food security and web-based teaching and learning technologies. He has over 25 journal articles published, 7 book chapters, 4 training manuals, and over 70 conference presentations.
Latest from Timothy
- November 15, 2021 Professor Timothy Shea wins faculty civic leadership award