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Welcome to the Master of Science in Business Intelligence & Analytics Program

M.S. in Business Intelligence & Analytics Curriculum
This innovative program allows you to earn your advanced business credentials from an AACSB-accredited university in as little as two years, all while working full time and staying competitive in your field. The M.S. in Business Intelligence & Analytics Program consists of 10 courses in sequence, which are offered at certain times each semester to ensure students complete their program in as few as 18 months for full-time students and 24 months for part-time students. This program is a STEM designated program.

Below is a course sequence guide for the full- or part-time on-campus evening programs. You may also want to view the complete course descriptions.

MS BI&A On-Campus
Sample Part-Time Course Sequence
MS BI&A On-Campus
Sample Full-Time Course Sequence
Year 1 – Fall
  • DSS 600: Foundations for BI
  • DSS 610: Business Analytics for BI
Year 1 – Fall
  • DSS 600: Foundations for BI
  • DSS 610: Business Analytics for BI
  • DSS 700: Six Sigma II
Year 1 – Spring
  • DSS 620: Concept & Practices in DSS Modeling
  • DSS 630: Database Management Theory & Practice
Year 1 – Spring
  • DSS 620: Concepts & Practices in DSS Modeling
  • DSS 630: Database Management Theory & Practice
  • DSS 710: Six Sigma I
Year 1 – Summer
  • DSS 640: Enterprise Data
Year 1 – Summer
  • DSS 640: Enterprise Data
Year 2 – Fall
  • DSS 650: Business Process Modeling & Analysis
  • DSS 660: Introduction to Data Mining
Year 2 – Fall
  • DSS 650: Business Process Modeling & Analysis
  • DSS 660: Introduction to Data Mining
  • DSS 680: Predictive Analytics (online) 
Year 2 – Spring
  • DSS 670: Critical Performance Management
  • DSS 680: Predictive Analytics
 
Year 2 – Summer
  • DSS 690: Management Issues in BI
 
     
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Erivan K. Haub School of Business Graduate Catalogue  

AACB U.S. News & World Report The Princeton Review  Business Week Beta Gamma Sigma
Alpha Iota Delta
The Haub School is dual AACSB-accredited in Business and Accounting – less than 5% of business schools worldwide meet this dual standard of excellence U.S.News & World Report, Princeton Review, and Business Week have all ranked the Haub School as one of the nation’s top graduate business schools Beta Gamma Sigma recognized the Haub School for five consecutive years with Outstanding Chapter Awards The honor society for Decision Sciences, Alpha Iota Delta, awarded the Haub School the Chapter of the Year 2008, and 2008 Faculty Sponsor of the Year awards.