Master of Science in Business Analytics
Gain the skills to transform data into insights and to advance your career in a fast-paced, growing industry with the Master of Science in Business Analytics at Temple’s Fox School of Business. With its market-driven, customizable curriculum, this program focuses on explanation, interpretation and deep knowledge of data analytics, training “translators” able to move fluidly from data to decisions and from decisions to profit.
Data-driven decision-making results in positive outcomes for organizations, and the Business Analytics MS leverages the ever-increasing importance of data as a strategic asset. Through case studies, coursework and real-world projects, you will acquire advanced skills and techniques that can provide data-driven insights into business problems.
Business Analytics MS graduates are prepared to meet the growing demand for talent in the data science space: analyzing, deriving, discovering, managing and predicting insights from the complex data available to modern corporations. Shape your ideal career through this flexible degree program, which is offered via classes at Temple’s Center City Campus.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics will equip you with the knowledge and practical expertise to make an immediate impact on your career and set you on the path to long-term professional success.
This 30-credit graduate degree program can be completed on a full- or part-time basis.
Through a customizable curriculum structure, you’ll have the opportunity to tailor the Master of Science in Business Analytics to your industry and interests. Start with foundational courses and then choose industry-specific electives based on your interests and goals.
In the Master of Science in Business Analytics, you will learn the latest theories and strategies of data analytics, and put this knowledge to immediate use with hands-on experiences. You will
- apply course material to live data;
- gain commercial-grade consulting experience; and
- provide data analytic solutions to real-world companies.