More than 85% of Fortune 500 organizations will be unable to effectively exploit big data analytics as a competitive advantage (Gartner)
of companies report inadequate staffing for big data analytics (TDWI Research)
By 2018 the US could face a shortfall of as many as 1.5 million analysts skilled in big data (McKinsey)
Hortonworks offers hadoop and big data university courses and partners with accredited colleges and universities to meet those needs. The Hortonworks University Academic Program enables students to obtain authorized hadoop big data training that will prepare them for certification, bolstering their employment opportunities with firms seeking skilled Hadoop professionals.
Receive worldwide access to high quality educational content, certification opportunities, and experience with Hortonworks technologies.
Receive support from Hortonworks for the inclusion of Hortonworks technologies in their course catalog.
BECOMING AN ACADEMIC PARTNER
Becoming an Academic Partner is easy. There is no cost to join; student materials are purchased directly from our book vendor. Instructors may prepare to teach materials at their own pace using our materials, or registering for either online or live training. Hortonworks’ hadoop and big data university course materials may not be altered, but institutions are free to add supplemental content.
Each academic institution is responsible for meeting classroom set-up requirements
Students must be currently enrolled in the college or university
Instructional hours must spread across an entire semester
Hortonworks provides our students with a strong foundation to work in the challenging field of analytics. Bryant University is very excited about being able to partner with Hortonworks to bring leading edge big data technology to our more than 200 applied analytics majors.
Richard Glass, co-director of the Advanced Applied Analytics Center at Bryant University
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