Whether you compare it to gold or to oil, data has become the world’s most valuable resource in the 21st century. It’s no wonder the field of data analytics is growing at a fast rate. Over a 10-year period (2019-2029), projected job growth for business intelligence analysts in the United States is 11%. A graduate degree can open the door to career paths with organizations of all sizes and from all industries.
Turn Storytelling With Data Into a Powerful Career
Become a professional who’s fluent in analytics and then use data insights to tell compelling stories and help drive growth and innovation. Our Master of Science in Business Analytics program will teach you how to focus on the story behind the numbers to highlight key insights and add value. We’ll prepare you for today’s careers while instilling a learn-how-to-learn mindset to prepare you for tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities.
A Practical and Timely Curriculum
Our curriculum has been designed in partnership with industry experts. Their feedback has helped shape a program focused on the real-world priorities of today’s businesses. Our curriculum also emphasizes core skills such as teamwork and communication, as well as the ethical stewardship of data.
An Interdisciplinary Approach
Our MS in Business Analytics merges the disciplines of data analytics and business. You’ll gain the business acumen, communication skills and data-handling skills to add value to any team. You’ll develop strong analytics skills and the ability to generate solutions aligned with strategic priorities. You’ll also be able to connect business analytics with processes and strategic performance measures.
Benefit from deep, hands-on experience with advanced analytical tools. A professional internship component will also expose you to real-world problem-solving opportunities.
Our 40-credit-hour program is offered as both a full-time and a part-time program of study. Choose the option that fits your schedule and goals.
STEM Designation- International Students
Certain F-1 Students who receive science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) degrees can apply for a 24-month post-completion OPT extension. This program qualifies as a STEM designated program. Speak with your admissions counselor to learn more.
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