Become a Business Leader with Analytics Expertise
The University of New Haven’s online Master of Science in Business Analytics teaches you to deploy predictive analytics and data visualization for maximum impact. Delivered by the AACSB-accredited Pompea College of Business, our online master’s degree program helps you stand out for competitive careers.
The versatile M.S. in Business Analytics offers two concentrations: Global Supply Chain Management and Marketing Analytics.
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Build Analytics Skills that will Propel Your Business Career
Prepare to launch or advance in your business career with the University of New Haven’s online Master of Science in Business Analytics. The business analytics program takes a practical, applied approach to the field. You’ll have the opportunity to practice with analytics tools used widely in today’s workplaces, including Power BI, Tableau, and more.
This online master’s degree program is STEM-designated, an indicator of analytical rigor and academic relevance to employers. The STEM designation can increase your chances of employability and help you stand out.
The University of New Haven’s online M.S. in Business Analytics includes 21 credits of business analytics courses and nine credits of concentration coursework. You’ll gain hands-on practice with analytics tools, including Power BI, Tableau, programming languages, and more.
In your Business Analytics Capstone course, you’ll work with a team of peers to conduct a real-world analytics project using live data from sponsoring organizations, in-house research projects, joint faculty-student collaborations, or your specific interests.
You’ll be able to publish your coursework and projects on various online platforms, such as Rpubs, shinyapps.io, and Rconnect, where potential employers can see your talent.Curriculum Details
When you complete the online master’s degree in business analytics, you will be able to:
- Rationalize using appropriate data sources for a specific operational function and/or research question.
- Prepare data from public and commercial data sources to address specific operational questions.
- Develop a testable research question that addresses a business/organizational need.
- Implement domain studies using predictive analytic techniques to enhance decision-making for an organization.
- Formulate business insights found through analytics techniques in a non-technical format online.
- Integrate business insights found through analytics techniques in a non-technical visual format.
Choose from Two In-Demand Concentrations
This program includes industry-leading concentrations in Global Supply Chain Management and Marketing Analytics.
Global Supply Chain Management
Learn how to use global supply chains to provide quality products and services to businesses and organizations. The concentration includes instruction in key supply chain metrics, procurement and outsourcing, supplier selection, logistics, and more. You’ll graduate ready to oversee supply chain integration and coordination for the best customer service.
Learn to develop and use analytics algorithms to evaluate a significant amount of marketing data from multiple sources. The concentration includes instruction in marketing strategy, customer metrics, online marketing, and more.
With your online M.S. in Business Analytics, you can specialize your skills and thrive in multiple career paths. This degree can help you enter or advance in business analyst, data analyst, and marketing roles.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the overall employment of management analysts – including business analysts – is expected to grow 14% from 2020 to 2030, which is faster than the average for all occupations.1Explore Career Outlook
To apply for the online business analytics master’s degree from the University of New Haven, you’ll need:
- A completed online application.
- A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution or recognized institution in another country.
- A statement of purpose.
- Two letters of recommendation.
We are proud to offer competitive tuition and high-quality learning opportunities for our students. The online master’s degree in business analytics program is $795 per credit hour and includes 30 credits. To find out more about tuition and fees, visit the link below.Get Tuition Details
Learn From Experienced Faculty and Innovators
Our faculty is made up of experienced business management educators and professionals. In classes with small student-to-teacher ratios, you’ll have their undivided attention and expertise to prepare you for success.
The online degrees available from the University of New Haven are designed for working professionals and busy adults. As a student, you’ll benefit from flexible program delivery and the same academic rigor as our on-campus programs.Learn More
A graduate degree is an investment in your future. We want to make sure you have the information and resources you need to fund your studies. Explore transfer credit options, military benefits, federal aid, and more.Tuition and Aid
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You can choose to complete general business analytics electives or choose from Global Supply Chain or Marketing Analytics to complement your professional interests and goals.
Because this program is designed for adult learners and working professionals, it can be completed part time on a flexible schedule in 18 months.
No test scores are required for admission into this program.
Work experience is not required for admission to this program.
While we accept up to six transfer credits into our online graduate programs, students must earn at least 30 credits from the University of New Haven for degree completion.
You can apply anytime for a start date that works for you. Your enrollment counselor can help you decide which start date is right for you and your academic goals.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Management Analysts. Retrieved from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/management-analysts.htm.