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 What’s next in your data career?

A Top 10 analytics master’s from ASU.

In as little as 9 months, the W. P. Carey Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS-BA) from Arizona State University will prepare you to lead in the exploding world of big data.

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Define what’s next.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that jobs for data scientists should grow by 15% this decade, much faster than the average in other industries. To meet this demand, ASU launched the MS-BA program in 2012. Today, you can earn your analytics master’s full-time, 100% online, or in a hybrid format with live virtual evening classes supported by occasional weekend sessions in downtown Los Angeles.

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Quality and convenience

U.S. News & World Report Badge

U.S. News & World Report ranks the W. P. Carey School Top 25 in 30 business programs and disciplines — the most for any school in the nation.

That includes ranking Top 10 in business analytics graduate programs and No. 3 in the nation for online graduate business programs.

Move your career forward

W. P. Carey Campus

As a W. P. Carey student, you’ll receive support from our Career Management and Employer Engagement team, which works 1:1 with students and maintains connections at top hiring companies nationwide.

In 2020, in the midst of the global pandemic, 92% of MS-BA students received employment offers within 90 days of graduation.

Companies that have recently hired MS-BA graduates include:

  • Amazon
  • Avnet
  • Dell
  • Deloitte
  • Goldman Sachs

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