Master of Science in Business Analytics
The master of science in business analytics (M.S.B.A.) degree program is designed for students with quantitative backgrounds looking to gain a competitive edge before entering the job market as well as those working in the field and looking to further develop their skills.
The curriculum is a blend of foundational courses in descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics; elective courses in analytics applied to a specific functional area or industry; workshops in communication, team, and project management; and hands-on exposure to industry-standard analytics tools/software. The program culminates in a project whereby students work in teams on an actual industry-related problem and present their findings to the client firm.
The program is offered in an intensive 16-month format for full-time students and a two-year, part-time format for working professionals.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 33 credits, including 25.5 credits in required courses and 7.5 credits in elective courses.
|DNSC 6201||Introduction to Business Analytics|
|DNSC 6203||Statistics for Analytics I|
|DNSC 6206||Stochastic Fndn: Prob Models|
|DNSC 6210||Decision and Risk Analytics|
|DNSC 6211||Programming for Analytics|
|DNSC 6212||Optimization Methods and Applications|
|DNSC 6213||Statistics for Analytics II|
|DNSC 6216||Business Analytics Skills Workshops|
|DNSC 6217||Business Analytics Practicum|
|DNSC 6219||Time Series Forecasting for Analytics|
|DNSC 6279||Data Mining|
|ISTM 6212||Data Management for Analytics|
|7.5 credits in elective courses selected in consultation with the advisor.|