Harness data and advance your career
With every web interaction, smartphone activity and retail transaction, the challenges of tracking, managing and analysing data grows every day.
Our master of science in business analytics online offers individuals from both business and non-business disciplines the data and decision analysis skills to convert big data into knowledge. It’s these skills that will give you an advantage when competing for managerial or consultancy roles in business analysis, in sectors as diverse as government, finance, marketing, healthcare and sustainability.
“This course changed the way I think – from intuition-oriented to more logical, analytical and evidence-based. This kind of thinking has significantly improved my efficiency.”
— Baihua Chen MSc Business Analytics (campus-based student)
Exploring everything from databases and spreadsheet modelling to business intelligence and data mining, our MSc Business Analytics online course will enable you to apply what you’ve learned immediately in a real-world organisational setting. Our partnership with IBM and SAS, and our focus on mathematical models over intuition and management principles, further reinforces the practice-based nature of the course.
By developing your understanding of information technology, quantitative methods for analysing data and optimised decision-making, our masters in business analytics online will prepare you for a rewarding future in the ever-evolving world of big data.
Choose Bath online
Run by the EQUIS-accredited Bath School of Management, the MSc Business Analytics online course offers you access to the latest data insights, management principles and industry expertise, providing you with essential skills to lead change in today’s data-focused industries.
As well as being taught by experts with years of experience in teaching, business and data analytics, you’ll learn from industry speakers too, including a specialist from IBM. In fact, the School’s partnership with IBM opens up access to IBM’s software, cloud and analytical tools.
It’s real-world insight like this that helps to give the course its career-orientated focus. Of the School’s 2018 full-time, campus-based graduates, 84% received job offers within three months of graduating.1