Data-driven Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems, PB

The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program in Data-Driven Modeling and Analysis of Complex Systems (DMACS) is designed to meet the growing demand for data-driven modelers and analysts. The DMACS program provides the training needed to capture, analyze, and visualize large-scale datasets for data-driven decision-making. The DMACS certificate offers two pathways: 1) the systems data modeling and analysis track is designed for students and professionals who have no prior experience in programming or statistics and desire a more focused certificate in a specific complex system area; and 2) the system data management track is designed for students and professionals who have prior statistics and programming background and desire a deep understanding of big-data management and cloud technologies.

Certificate Requirements

Total credit hours: 13

  • ISEN 662 (1 hour)
  • Statistics (3 credit hours) *
  • Complex Systems / Technical Elective (3 credit hours) *
  • Data Engineering and Analysis (6 credit hours) *
  • A list of acceptable courses for the selected pathway can be provided by the program contacts (see below).

Contact Information 

Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering

Graduate Coordinator: Younho Seong, Ph.D.
Phone: 336-285-3734

Department Chair: Paul Stanfield, PhD. 
Phone: 336-285-3735