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A student earning a masters in data analytics online

Online Master's in Data Analytics

Modern technology now provides industries of all kinds with the ability to gather vast amounts of data. But data requires more than just flashy dashboards and reports. In order to make better data-driven business decisions, employers require hybrid IT/business professionals to make data meaningful. Our STEM designated Master's in data analytics online program was built with this need in mind.

In the Master of Science in Analytics online degree program, we will help you:

  • develop the critical thinking skills necessary to combine complex data and business value and turn it into actionable insight
  • cultivate expertise in analysis, management, solution architecture and delivery, and hands-on technical skill
  • grow your skills through our comprehensive curriculum, which offers opportunities for inquiry and professional development to round out your experience

Courses led by business leaders.


Our faculty not only hold terminal degrees, but also bring an unparalleled level of real-world experience to the classroom. Drawing on expertise gained in the corporate sector, our professors impart time-tested best practices and deep business acumen to every lecture. By learning from business professionals, you will master methods and practical skills rooted in success.

 

 

Why UB?


  • STEM designated online program
  • Ability to complete the program in conjunction with our award-winning MBA program
  • Close proximity to NYC, Stamford, and Greenwich allows for easy access to some of the world’s most powerful corporations, including 18 on the Fortune 500
  • Supportive Center for Career Development to help you launch or elevate your career
  • Access to expansive library resources and SMART technology-equipped classrooms

Learning Outcomes


You will integrate the knowledge and skills gained throughout the Master of Science in Analytics program to enhance critical thinking and data mastery by:

Technical

  • Demonstrating an understanding of concepts learned throughout this graduate program
  • Describing the business drivers and critical success factors for effective analytics project and program delivery
  • Using research, tools and techniques for complex analytical solutions that capture, consolidate and present information for meaningful insights

Human

  • Communicating complicated information at a professional level via comfort and confidence telling compelling stories using data
  • Understanding how to manage all aspects of the data capture, delivery and analysis process
  • Demonstrating initiative, discipline, and follow-through on assignments and projects
  • Facilitating meaningful dialogue related to class topics

Conceptual

  • Evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of analytics solution designs, tools and visualization options
  • Analyzing trends within data and facilitating their application
  • Applying the theories and techniques learned throughout this program with focus on economics, ethics, finance, marketing, project, sourcing and vendor management.

A word from the Ernest C. Trefz School of Business

“With 26 years of experience delivering technical solutions, I’m acquainted with most aspects of analytics and systems, from both hands-on and managerial perspectives. The ability to bridge between business and technology is crucial; it is a skill that sets candidates apart. Our Analytics MS degree program provides students with minimal technical experience the orientation, exposure to, and comfort with using and interpreting information to fuel fact-based decisions. Students emerge as hybrid business/IT professionals with the dexterity and comfort to glean insights and wisdom from data for positive business results. Nothing pleases me more than when my students return and affirm that the material I taught them made the difference in landing their first job or securing a job change into the analytics and systems field. This experience can’t be duplicated elsewhere.”

Michael Lohle, PhD, PMP
Senior Lecturer

The MS degree in Analytics does not have ASBSP accreditation.