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Expanding Business Intelligence through the MS in Business Analytics

In the MS in Business Analytics program, you will:

  • Take classes with leading Michigan State faculty in business, computer science and mathematics from the Broad College of Business, College of Engineering and College of Natural Science
  • Experience working on live data analysis projects and real-world problem solving
  • Expand your business intelligence and link your expertise to a growing industry

The program is designed to be completed in one calendar year (three full-time consecutive semesters) from January to December.  Each semester, the highly experiential program offers students the opportunity to work on data sets arranged with corporate and faculty support.

The curriculum includes courses in business strategy, data mining, applied statistics, project management, marketing technologies, communications and ethics taught by leading MSU faculty.

Graduates of the MS in Business Analytics will take their knowledge of business intelligence to careers in business, non-profit, science, engineering management, healthcare, finance and government. If you would like to know more about the MS in Business Analytics, please contact us.

Learn more about admission requirements and how to apply.  View the brochure for more information.  Specific questions can be addressed to [email protected]

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I am surprised to see state universities coming up with such innovative programs unlike top schools. Another observation is, Companies like SAS, IBM and Amazon are extending their tech wings by partnering with various schools across US. Northwestern, Fordham,Depaul and MSU and many other from IBM, NCSU and LSU from SAS and USF from Amazon although it is very difficult to tell which program is better from the other. NCSU already has a proven model, I am sure LSU would be able to replicate it.

But how does one would decide about the credibility or the reputation of these programs as most of them are new and not proven ??


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