Why Choose Saint Rose for a Master's Degree in Business Analytics?
It’s all about the numbers in nearly every industry. But you have to know what to do with them. The MS in Business Analytics program at Saint Rose is an intensive, applied education designed to help you make your mark in “big data.”
Our specialized program goes beyond traditional data analytics, addressing how that analysis is applied to decision-making in a real business environment. Core work includes theory, mathematics and computer science. If you don’t come from a computer science background, we’ll give you the tools you need to be successful in this program. Then you’ll choose a specific track: Marketing, using data to track and predict consumer behavior and buying patterns; or Management, applying data practically within an organization for sales, or increasingly, HR purposes.
Required internships — in healthcare, with New York State, and business leaders — put the program into practice, while potentially opening doors to the next stage of your career. And a Computer World survey ranked Business Analytics No. 2 for the most difficult skill for managers to find with salaries starting at more than $87,000.
30-credit Master’s program focused on high-level applied statistics
Two tracks allow for even greater focus on your goals or organizational needs
Statistics and programming pre-requisites can be incorporated into the program
Small classes — typically 20 students or fewer — allow for one-on-one attention from exceptional faculty
Rigorous internships offer experiential learning — a Saint Rose signature — with companies most likely to hire
A Business Advisory Council made of up industry experts, along with a partnership with the regional chamber of commerce, ensures the most relevant curriculum
Now Offering a Certificate in Business Analytics
The Certificate of Advanced Study in Business Analytics is designed for graduate students interested in gaining insights that inform business decisions and optimize business processes. Applicants are not required to have a specific undergraduate degree. However, previous coursework in statistics, computer programming and database management/design are required. View Gainful Employment information related to this certificate program.