In the Masters in Business Analytics program, students work on real-world projects and learn the skills necessary to succeed in data visualization, statistical modeling, data mining and machine learning, optimization, and simulation in order to proficiently analyze large datasets and generate actionable insights. Classes include Data Wrangling, Data Visualization, Statistical Computing, Statistical Modeling, Data Mining, Big Data Integration/Warehousing, and Machine Learning.
The Lindner College of Business’ online Master’s in Business Analytics seeks working professionals seeking to become part-time students with quantitative or technical backgrounds (mathematics, engineering, statistics, science, economics etc.) who are interested in pursuing careers in the fields of business analytics and data science.
Any student who wishes to enroll into a full-time Master’s in Business Analytics course should refer to our on-campus program at also offered by the Carl H. Lindner College of Business
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Students must complete 12 of the following core courses ( 25 credit hours)
BANA 8083 A minimum grade of C is required for this course.
Students are required to take 8 elective hours, four of which must be from BANA courses. Substitutions must be approved by the program director.
Four of the eight required elective credit hours can come from non-BANA graduate courses. Selected courses are listed below. Substitutions can be made but must be approved by the program director.
Students without a business undergrad degree may be required to take up to four of the following courses
Your master’s in business analytics prepares you to lead business decisions in a number of roles with titles such as:
According to business.uc.edu/career-services, our latest graduate class had an average starting salary of $106,000.
Students work on real-world projects and learn skills in data visualization, statistical modeling, data mining, optimization, and simulation in order to proficiently analyze large datasets and to generate actionable insights.
Students wishing to enroll as full time student for the Master’s in Business Analytics program need to refer to our on-campus program during this time.
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