Learn how to make data-driven business decisions
You will gain in-depth knowledge of information systems, as well as modern analytical skills, while fulfilling the 30-credit course requirement for the Analytics and Systems (M.S.) degree program.
Rigorous classroom instruction and required projects are structured to prepare you for the unique demands of this fast-paced sector. Courses are specifically broken out into the following segments, allowing you to build a foundation of knowledge as you go: Program Core, Analytics Intelligence, and Analytics Applications.
You will conclude the program with a required thesis or internship to demonstrate competency in research, analysis, and project work. You may elect to include research, project work, or both. An effective thesis will help you solidify your grasp of the program content and serve as an impressive addition to your career portfolio.
How does the curriculum differ from the MBA with a concentration in Analytics Intelligence?
The Analytics and Systems (M.S.) degree program focuses specifically analytics and systems, rather than business management. You may learn more about the MBA program here.
“I’m often asked what sets the Ernest C. Trefz School of Business apart. The difference is in our faculty. They have years of experience delivering game changing enterprise intelligence and analytics solutions and they love bringing their experience to bear to propel students forward.”
Lloyd Gibson, D.Sc., MBA, BS/MA
Dean, Ernest C. Trefz School of Business