Candidates wishing to complete the Master in Business Analytics and Big Data need to hold a bachelor degree in one of the following areas: engineering, technology, science, math and business. Previous global work experience will be valued highly, as would prior international studies and any involvement in project management or technical cooperation activities.
The Master in Business Analytics and Big Data provides an academic education that brings together business knowledge and skills, statistics and technology fields. Because of this, graduates have access to a big selection of positions including: Big Data system auditor, Big Data privacy or security project manager, data consultant, data scientist, data analyst, Big Data infrastructure manager, Business Intelligence solution architect and many more.
Study for this Master can only be completed in Madrid and will take ten months.
Suffolk University’s Big Data & Business Analytics major combines modules in statistics, information technology and business. The program is designed to help students build robust business decision-making skills. On the program will learn how to use data to improve effectiveness, solve problems, recognise new opportunities and plan for the future. Graduates will be able to convert large amounts of data into useful information that can assist organizations make good decisions and solve problems.
The Big Data and Business Analytics major complements business areas such as finance, information systems, accounting, management, and marketing and it will prepare students for a variety of graduate programs. This program provides a chance to be paired with an company or individual to acquire practical experience.
More than ever before, companies are now using progressive technologies to manage and maintain their operations. This huge increase in information and data has created a big need for accomplished analytics specialists across all industries.
Employers are seeking people who can collect, examine, interpret, distribute and apply data in a significant way. These skillsets help companies cut costs, improve decision making and identify new business openings.
The big data and business analytics minor supplements all majors across the Sawyer Business School and College of Arts & Sciences. It includes three required courses, these courses merge data management with projecting analytics, data mining methods and visualization.
Level: Undergraduate Associate
Language of instruction: English
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