University teaching students to dig data
Data mining course has the University on the front line of technology and business
Each time you use your Kroger Plus Card, your name goes into a data bank. Each time you sign up for a credit card or order a book from Amazon.com or fill out an online registration, your name goes into a data bank. And that creates a question: What to do with all that data?
The University is helping answer that question through its new course on data mining. The course has the University on the front lines of both technology and business and has corporations lining up to hire our graduates. What's it all about? Read more about it in the latest issue of Xavier magazine