Master’s in Business Analytics – Guide to Choosing a Program
By Kat Campise, Data Scientist, Ph.D.
A master’s in business analytics degree is geared towards students hoping to pursue a graduate degree with an emphasis on advanced analytics courses. The program is less technical than master’s in data science or a master’s in data analytics and thus appeals to a more business oriented student.
In This Guide
- Step 1: On-campus vs. Online
- Step 2: Assess the Curriculum
- Step 3: Determine Cost
- Step 4: Admissions Requirements
- Step 5: Apply
- Step 6: Review Schools
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|School Name||Level||Program||More Info|
|Concordia University, St. Paul||Master||Master of Science in Data Analytics||Website|
|Georgetown University||Master||Master of Science in Business Analytics||Website|
|Johns Hopkins||Master||Online MS in Data Analytics and Policy||Website|
|George Mason University||Master||Online MS in Data Analytics Engineering||Website|
|Utica College||Master||Online MS in Data Science||Website|
|Drake University||Master||Online Master of Data Analytics||Website|
|Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota||Master||100% online M.S. in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics||Website|
|Northern Illinois University||Master||Online Master of Science in Data Analytics||Website|