DATA-DRIVEN RESULTS | HIGH-IMPACT EXPERIENCES
The Corporate Business Analytics Group (CBA Group) pairs local companies with a team of outstanding undergraduate students to solve real-world business problems using advanced analytics. Through these paid experiential learning opportunities, student teams work with – and learn from – industry partners to deliver high-impact analytic solutions. Supported by key faculty and staff, these year-long projects bring in-demand analytical tools and techniques to regional businesses.
Each corporate project provides students with a deeper understanding of using analytics in business and industry – how to interpret, frame, and solve problems in order to develop and execute analytic solutions in businesses.
Data analytics provide impactful, fact-based decision support. At the end of each project, the CBA Group provides data-driven deliverables, including a professional report and presentation to enterprise executives. CBA Group students are trained in machine learning and predictive analytic tools to implement advanced analytics to solve big data, and big business, problems.
Every CBA Group project is an opportunity for both the corporate partner and the student team to work together to drive data-backed decisions. Partners gain access to new subject matter, tools, and perspectives, while students gain valuable network connections and work experience.
BRING US YOUR CHALLENGES, SUPPORT BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY TRAINING
Corporate organizations interested in collaborating with the Corporate Business Analytics Group are encouraged to contact Gina Galey at email@example.com
Hospitals of Providence Benefits from UTEP Analytics Group
This past semester, a trio of UTEP business students worked with the Hospitals of Providence East Campus to provide data-driven recommendations that may dramatically improve patient flow at the hospital.
The students — Abril Woocay, Gabriel Guillen and Oziel Gonzalez Solis — are part of the College of Business Administration's Corporate Business Analytics (CBA) Group, which hires accelerated undergraduate students to work as consultants under the direction of Gina Galey, a research analyst and lecturer in the college.