The Master of Science in Business Analytics program at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management produces graduates with informed decision-making skills and the ability to use analytic tools to drive positive outcomes for businesses.
BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse requires the completion of 36 credit hours. Students typically complete two courses per 12-week term while maintaining full-time employment. Students have the opportunity to choose electives based on their unique professional goals and academic pursuits. The program culminates in a comprehensive exam during the student's final semester.
Core Courses (6 credits)
Data Analysis and Decision Making
Core Application Courses (6 credits)
Principles of Management Science
Analytics Depth Core (6 credits)
Students may take two additional application courses or technical elective courses, such as Introduction to Data Science, Big Data Analytics, Data Analytics, Information Visualization, and others.
Elective Courses (18 credits)
Applied Data Science
Big Data Analytics
Introduction to Database Management Systems
Analytical Data Mining
Database Administration Concepts & DB Mgt
Natural Language Processing
Object-oriented programming in C++
Sample Business Electives
Taxes & Business Strategy
Strategic Brand Management
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Lean Six Sigma
Visit our Course Catalog for full course descriptions, video introductions, and course objectives for each available BusinessAnalytics@Syracuse course.