Jan 31, 2019
Though I have worked on Customer Analytics with my previous work experiences and also on Surveys etc at George Brown College Canada, this module was more than insightful. Lots of learning to learn eh!
Apr 06, 2017
Perfect Course for those who want to inquire insight and knowledge of how tons of data that we generate in our day to day life is being utilized by big organizations in optimizing their productivity.
By Shikhar V•
Dec 09, 2015
Wasn't practical and I couldn't take away many learnings from this course. Would have liked some hands on real world problems to work on.
By Matt S•
May 25, 2016
It's not that it's bad – the sections with Peter Fader are interesting and the supplementary reading is interesting – but the level is very introductory and the content is uneven in quality.
By Prateek S•
Oct 22, 2016
Not helpful just provides only some basic insights. Not expected such type of course content, it could be more enriched in the course content.
By Manoj K j•
Aug 06, 2016
I was expecting some models will be designed and solved in the class sessions. But the lectures contain only theories.
By Jigisha T•
Dec 22, 2018
Too theoretical. I expected that the trainers will use actual datasets and carry out some analytics. It was just theory of data collection, little bit of economics and marketing.
By Priyank A•
Jan 21, 2019
Not the course's fault but maybe when I hear the name "Wharton School" I over-expect.
However professors have done a very good job in keeping the course interactive, especially the Mary and Sharmila example.
By Atanu R•
Sep 08, 2018
Other than Mr. Raghu, this course is trash
By Rios A•
Oct 23, 2018
I don t like this course. Really not helpful and empty
By David K•
Jan 08, 2016
Very basic course more appropriate for a high school level
By Sheryar P•
Mar 28, 2016
The Capstone project has been getting delayed since Jan
Dont expect yourself to complete the specialization
By sayaka t•
Dec 05, 2015
Lecture quality hugely varies depending on lectures. P.Feder is not recommended.
By Juan S W•
Apr 08, 2017
The fifth week course is interesting since the teacher provided lots of real world cases. However, other courses are too easy.
By Manikandan R•
Aug 23, 2017
Content is mediocre
By Chieh-Ju Y•
Apr 03, 2016
This course does not provide sufficient explanation and the materials are very basic.
Jul 23, 2016
very broad level discussion . Doesn't tech you anything specific or skills that can be transferred to real world problems. Theoretical !!
By Johann Q•
Sep 23, 2015
Boring lectures. No practice problems, no cases, no projects, no scenarios.
By Meir K•
Nov 15, 2015
The exam questions are a little out there... dont indicate retention of knowledge. Quite frustrating, I'll be dropping this course.
By Deborah H•
Jan 14, 2016
Talking heads - did not take advantage of the software to provide an engaging or challenging course. No depth to the material
By Alejandro S•
Sep 22, 2015
Very high-level introduction, no new insights for a data analyst and "newbies" will probably drown in the "danger zone" due to the lack of details.
By Jiang T•
Sep 22, 2015
In fact, i think this course is waste my time because the course only have lecture. They don't tell you how to use software to solve the problem even do not give any practical homework. Compared to other course, the quality of this course is extremely low.
By Harish M•
Mar 24, 2016
Sep 23, 2017
By Anas M•
Jun 28, 2019
Quiz questions were not clear. Content was subpar for a "top" university. It seems like this was nothing more than a haphazardly put together course to make money and nothing more. This course felt like a complete waste of time and I believe the concepts and material in the modules are outdated.
By Francisco A V P•
Oct 03, 2016
It's not a course for a university like Wharton. It's more professors showing their books and research without really showing any deep information.
By Diane M•
Sep 21, 2015
Poorly designed. The lectures just consist of people talking to the camera with little visual aids. There aren't any materials to read over or study. The transcripts of the videos come in a .txt file... On the whole, really not at all the caliber I would have wanted to see from Wharton. If I had paid for this course, I would be really frustrated.