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learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes & Careers
Educational Objectives

  

You will integrate the knowledge and skills gained throughout the Master of Science in Analytics and Systems 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, sourcing and vendor management.

Keys to Completing the Analytics and Systems (M.S.) Degree Program


To fulfill the requirements of this program, you will need to successfully complete the required 30-credits of coursework, including a thesis or internship. You must satisfactorily complete all academic requirements with a cumulative grade point average grade of “B” (CGPA = 3.0) or better.

Evaluation of your progress will be based on the following:

  • Research papers integrating market trends with class topics
  • Exams measuring the effective acquisition of technical acumen
  • “Hands-on” tools and calculation assignments and projects
  • Student attendance and class participation
  • A thesis that demonstrates the ability to conduct investigations in the analytics and systems discipline

Preparation for Future Studies and Certification Opportunities


Set Yourself Apart with a SAS Certificate

Our academic collaboration with SAS empowers Analytics and Systems (M.S.) degree program students to take advantage of discounts on industry standard SAS certification and access test banks SAS provides to collaborating institutions. For more information visit the SAS Global Certification program.

 

Pursue Your MBA

The University of Bridgeport’s Ernest C. Trefz School of Business offers the following graduate degrees in which you may continue or concurrently expand upon your business education.

 

 

What will UBecome with an Analytics and Systems (M.S.) Degree?


  • Analytics Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Business Consultant
  • Business Intelligence Analyst
  • Business Intelligence Developer
  • Business Intelligence Project and Program Manager
  • Business Intelligence System Administrator
  • Business Systems Analyst
  • Competitive Intelligence Manager
  • Consulting Delivery Manager
  • Dashboard Developer
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Mining Analyst
  • Data Profiler
  • Data Warehouse Designer
  • Database Analyst
  • Digital Product Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Healthcare Analyst
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Information Technology Business Analyst
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Market Analyst
  • Marketing Analytics Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Project Leader
  • Report Developer
  • Retail Analyst
  • Risk Analyst
  • Risk Manager
  • Solutions Architect
  • Systems Analyst