UAlbany Business Analytics
UAlbany Business Analytics Screen Shots
Login and Landing Page
The screen shots provided here illustrate the capabilities of UAlbany Business Analytics. Each of the screen shots below begin with the Comprehensive Campus Analysis. The user then can easily drill down and add columns to obtain the analytics he/she is interested in. Once a user creates an analytic in this way, say one that looks only at his/her program, the analytic can be saved for the user, and refreshed with the current data whenever the saved dashboard is reopened.
Costs and Expenditures
These analytics demonstrate insight into costs and expenditures across the entire campus with drill down capability to the individual instructor for cost per credit. UAlbany is the first SUNY campus to integrate costs and hours of instruction in order to provide Managers, Deans, and Charis with this most meaningful information.
- Direct Instructional Expenditures by School, Department and Program (cost per credit by term)
- Drill Down to Department for Cost per Credit by Instructor across Terms
- Drill Down to Department for Cost per Credit by Instructor, single Term
- Sample Screen shot to 'Add a Column' to an existing dashboard
- Expenditure Bar Graph for a School by Department
These images illustrate enrollment analytics over time and for a specific term.
- Enrollment Dashboard
- Trending Graphs depicting Total Campus Enrollment over Terms and Campus Enrollment by Degree
These analytics look at the workforce for trends and actionable items:
The following dashboard illustrates an age demographic column added to the main dashboard, and can be used for succession planning and/or recruitment. Other demographic columns are also available.
The following analytic differs from Head Count in that complex logic in the transformation process computes the Full Time Equivalent that each instructor actually teaches (what department pays him/her, what department is he/she teaching in, number of courses, etc).
The drill down to the individual instructor provides insight into faculty who may also be doing research, publications, etc.