Online Business Programs Director: Jenna Kinkeade
Program Assistant Director: McKenna Lalani
Associate Dean for Graduate Business Programs: Patsy Norman
The Master of Science in Business Analytics (Online Program - OMSBA) is a cross-disciplinary, online STEM degree designed to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills to leverage analytics tools that assist businesses to overcome data-related challenges. This program has an intentional focus on ethical uses of data and analytical techniques that will benefit almost every sector of business, technology, health and medicine, public policy, and government.
Working professionals or full-time students can complete their MSBA Online in as little as one year with 36 credit hours. The MSBA Online offers the same acclaimed faculty and education as on campus experiences and provides multiple opportunities for students to immediately apply classroom material in real-world situations.
Prerequisites for admission include:
- Minimum 3 hours of statistics coursework
- Introduction to Python Programming1
Applicants must possess a “working knowledge” of Python programming. This can come from classes taken while earning a degree or from practical work experience using Python. Additionally, students can enroll in a non-credit-bearing continuing education course or a professional development course. One such example would be Learning Python on LinkedIn.
|Applied Regression Analysis
|Computational Statistical Methods
|Multivariate Statistical Methods
|Practice in Statistics
|Advanced Python for Analytics
|Database Management Systems
|Seminar in Data Visualization
|Ethics in Data Analytics
|Special Studies in Information Systems