Whitman MS Business Analytics Experience

MS Business Analytics

In today's marketplace, the demand for professionals who can use analytic tools to drive positive outcomes for businesses is rapidly increasingUtilizing an action-oriented approach, the Whitman School fulltime M.S. Business Analytics, a STEM certified program, is designed to prepare students with the skills to become data-driven business leaders and decision makers. 

Students will complete 36 credit hours of courses that develop an interdisciplinary understanding of the applications of analytics to the fields of accounting, finance, marketing and supply chain management by using techniques for data collection, data visualization, statistical and pattern analysis and data mining. 

Core foundation courses include Data Analysis and Decision Making and Business Analytics along with core application courses in Accounting Analytics, Financial Analytics, Marketing Analytics and Principles of Management Science. Whitman also offers students the opportunity to customize their degree program by selecting from a wealth of available MBA core and elective courses. 

 

Curriculum

Curriculum

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Admissions

Admissions

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Program Costs

Program Costs

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid

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Whitman Online BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse

Whitman Online BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse

In today's marketplace, the demand for professionals who can use analytic tools to drive positive outcomes for businesses is rapidly increasing. Our business analytics masters degree is designed to prepare students with the skills to become data-driven business leaders and decision makers.