Earn a Master of Science in Business Analytics with Grove City College, a nationally ranked Christian college.
Grove City College’s 30-credit online M.S. in Business Analytics degree affords graduates a wide variety of opportunities in nearly all modern businesses, serving in roles such as:
Business analytics graduates often work in a variety of sectors such as healthcare, the oil and gas industry, construction, retail, manufacturing, web marketing, and others.
The M.S. in Business Analytics curriculum was developed with the career-focused, adult learner in mind. It offers part-time and full-time options, online courses, personalized attention, limited or no residency requirements, and no standardized testing requirements (for the current year).
In this online Business Analytics master’s program, students will learn from renowned Grove City College faculty who will relate their industry experience to the theoretical, while also providing a conservative, ethical, moral perspective of business analytics applications. Corporate strategy development, data governance, statistical models, database management, linear optimization, big data, forecasting, and other current topics will be explored.
Master’s program prerequisites
Students are expected to enter the M.S. in Business Analytics program with a solid foundation of calculus I, statistics, and programming. However, if you do not possess this knowledge, Grove City College offers an online bridge program to prepare you for this graduate work.
Haven’t been the classroom for several years? No experience in online coursework? Need a few prerequisites? The Office of Graduate Studies is here to assist you as you grow your career.
For more information on the M.S. in Business Analytics, the online bridge program, or to develop a personalized pathway to fulfill the prerequisite knowledge, contact Dr. Christy Crute, executive director of Graduate and Online Programs.
PROGRAM FACT SHEET
Graduate students frequently utilize their employer’s tuition assistance program to cover the cost of the program.