Teaching

I design and teach a broad range of analytics classes aimed at students in the MBA, Executive MBA, and Masters of Engineering programs at Columbia.

I roughly divide my classes into three categories

I always welcome opportunities to collaborate on classes and teaching material. In additoin, you are welcome to use any of the material on this website for your own teaching, provided you reach out to let me know you're using it (I'm also happy to answer questions and provide support).


MBA and EMBA classes

These classes are focused on preparing tomorrow's managers to navigate an increasingly data driven world. This includes a whole gamut of classes, from more technical ones which teach the language of data science, to more qualitative ones discussing the broader landscape of analytics in industry, challenges inherent in managing and working with engineers, and basic analytic literacy.

I currently teach the following classes at Columbia

I also teach a number of executive education seminars on business analytics (the material for this class is a joint effort with my colleagues which prevents from more sharing it) and pricing (material available on demand).

I have TAed the following classes in the past

Engineering and PhD classes

These classes are focused on teaching more advanced analytics to students with a solid background in deterministic and stochastic modeling. The focus here is on cutting-edge analytics as well as on the challenges inherently involved in separating the hype from the substance and applying these techniques in the real world.

I currently teach the following classes at Columbia

I TAed the following classes in the past

Online classes

I have taught the following classes