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“I would recommend this program to anyone considering it..The professors here are also engaging; they're knowledgeable about business and data analytics and that prepares you to become a leader in your field.”

“Data analytics is becoming one of the most valuable assets in wealth management. Consumer data is growing exponentially every year, and fund managers are required to leverage this data in their decision-making processes.”

“Don't hesitate to apply for the program if you don't have experience dealing with data or business. The first semester provided a firm foundation and introduction, which made the entire learning process in the program seamless for beginners,” said Mannat Lamba, MS in Business Analytics'21

“I started this program without prior technical experience, and I have learned a great deal in my time here. I'm confident it has prepared me to use data analytics to make informed business decisions,” said Enoska Ventura, MS in Business Analytics‘21

“In just a year, you learn skills that'll prepare you for the career you want when you graduate. This program has helped harness my potential and it has prepared me for a future in business,” said David Igbokwe MS in Business Analytics'21

“Taking the program online allowed me to set my own work time, which for me is after my son goes to bed, and that was a tremendous help. I developed relationships with some of my professors and classmates that are just as strong as if we had been in a brick-and-mortar classroom together.”

“Data technology and business needs are changing so fast that you can't be good at just one thing. There's always going to be a new tool, a new framework. The MS in Business Analytics program will push you to pick up new skills”

“I feel like I know my fellow classmates and I have gotten to know my professors as well, in many ways better than I might have in a classroom-based course,” says Remley, “there is constant interaction that really supports and enhances the learning.”

“The analytic, technical skills, and the corporate connections that the school has will give students the experience and maturity to pursue their careers,” says Young.

“Between the relationships I shared with my professors, my classes, and the real-world work I had completed, my master's degree really informed my career trajectory,” Lee says.