Earn a Microcredential in Tableau Data Analytics
Take advantage of the rapidly growing demand for skilled data analytics professionals with a microcredential in Tableau Data Analytics. The three-course program enables you to quickly demonstrate your expertise to colleagues and employers with a digital badge.
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Three Online Courses
Duration: 6 Weeks Each
Asynchronous sessions with meet times embedded. Learn on your own schedule with regular guidance from faculty.
Course Start Dates
$4,776 for Microcredential (3 Course Requirement)
$1,194 Per Course (Tuition)
$398 Per Course (Resource Fee)
No additional books.
Franklin’s Data Analytics program was built in collaboration with the developers of Tableau, an industry-leading leading data visualization tool, to empower you with critical analytic competencies needed to excel in a variety of in-demand data analytics roles. This co-branded professional Tableau and Franklin University microcredential demonstrates the relevancy of your capabilities for careers in the competitive and growing field of data analytics. Completion of the three-course credential will equip you with 10 hours of career navigation content.
Each six-week, three credit-hour course is taught by a Franklin faculty member and aligns with industry-endorsed tools and skills.
Upon successful completion of all three courses, Franklin will issue you a Tableau and Franklin University co-branded digital badge in Tableau Data Analytics.
Request to be contacted by an admissions advisor by submitting the form above or submit your online application. Current Franklin students interested in earning a microcredential should contact their academic advisor to get started.