Business Analytics Professional

Business Analytics, MS

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University of Colorado Boulder

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Learn to harness the full value of data and make impactful business decisions by earning your Master of Science in Business Analytics degree online from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado. Designed to teach students how to translate big data into strategic insights, our online MS in Business Analytics program prepares you for a competitive career in the fast-growing field of business analytics.

Through an applied curriculum featuring projects directly from the real-world of business, you’ll discover how developments in marketing and customer analytics integrate with operations research, business analytics, computer science, and statistical methods. In as few as ten months, you’ll graduate equipped to become an analytics expert who can implement innovative business models, ultimately increasing success by helping organizations make smarter decisions faster.

Program Details

Our STEM-designated MS in Business Analytics degree gives you an in-depth understanding of how to generate, capture, and analyze data sets while developing communication skills to deliver key analysis to decision-makers.

Throughout your degree program, you’ll gain valuable industry experience by engaging in group projects with corporate partners to solve real-world business analytics problems. You’ll learn advanced technical analytics skills in deciphering big data and using statistical modeling, along with essential communication and leadership skills that can give you an edge in a competitive job market.

The MS in Business Analytics program focuses on preparation in three areas:

  1. Technical coding and data architecture skills
  2. Functional analytic problem-solving in a given business concept such as marketing, health, finance, risk, and more
  3. Soft-skill development and ability to communicate quantitative facts and conclusions with simplicity and empathy, facilitating decision-making