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There are a number of different types of aid available to graduate students, including:
Graduate Incentive Award (GIA): All full time students are automatically evaluated for scholarship eligibility. Part time students can request scholarship review but are required to submit documentation related to employer contributions.
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Your master’s in business analytics prepares you to lead business decisions in a number of roles with titles such as:
According to salary.com the salary range for a graduate with their Master’s in Business Analytics is $123,000 to $130,000.
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.
MS Business Analytics class of 2019:
Total students: 108
Total applications received: 505
Number of semesters: Two to three
Average undergraduate GPA: 3.53
Average GMAT score: 675
Average GRE score: 319
Average first year salary: $92,423 (2018-2019)
Employed within three months of graduation: 96% (2018-2019)
Average TOEFL score: 106
Female students: 35%
Average age: 26
Average years of work experience: 4
International students: 84%, including students from China, India, Pakistan, and Morocco.
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