College of Business > Academics > Department of Management & Entrepreneurship > Graduate Programs > Business Analytics (MS)
Through our master’s in Business Analytics program, you’ll gain the necessary techniques to turn complex data into solutions that drive business decisions for a wide range of industries. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to specialize in growth industries and occupations including:
All courses for this program are offered in the evening on the Loop Campus. The program can be completed in two years.
For international students: this program is a
STEM-designated program, which can qualify you to extend your post-graduation stay in the United States.
The Business Analytics master’s program is designed to meet the industry-wide need for financial professionals with exceptional data analysis skills. Study in the center of Chicago’s financial district, steps away from firms like Aon, Boeing, JP Morgan Chase and United Airlines.
Submit an online application, essay, résumé and official transcripts.
You’ll complete a total of 13 courses.
of 2016 full-time employed Kellstadt graduates were in jobs related to their field
Study business analytics through the lens of real-world solutions to problems with faculty like Professor Nezih Altay. A noted authority on disruption management and humanitarian supply chains, his work analyzes information flow mapping within and between relief organizations to improve the delivery of goods and services both during and after a disaster.
Leverage DePaul's wide-ranging network of alumni and business leaders. Join the network of more than 63,000 DePaul business alumni.
Graduate school is an investment in your future. Kellstadt awarded more than $3 million to incoming students last year. Learn more about scholarship opportunities available to you.
For more information about applying, contact the Kellstadt office at
(312) 362-8810 or
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