MSBA – New York University (Stern)
Last updated on June 4th, 2019
The NYU Stern campus is located in the heart of Greenwich Village, adjacent to Washington Square Park. With its ideal location in downtown Manhattan.
Rank: Social Science Research Network rates NYU Stern #1 among the top 500 US business schools for new downloads of research within the past 12 months
Duration: 12 months
Faculty: Participants will have the advantage of learning from world-renowned Stern faculty, selected global faculty, and leaders of industry who have practical experience in Data Science Application, Applied Statistics, Process Optimization, and Business Intelligence.
The MS in Business Analytics (MSBA) curriculum balances a depth of analytical training with a breadth of business knowledge. It focuses on true Business Analytics from a Business, Statistical and Information Technology perspective.
Course Work: The curriculum is distributed in 5 modules depending upon the arrangements of the course:
- Module I
- Module II
- Module III
- Module IV
- Module V
- Online Application
- Letters of Recommendation
- Passport copies
- TOEFL result
- Application Fee – $103
- GMAT and GRE are not required in this program.
- A minimum of five years of professional, full-time work experience.
- A bachelor’s degree and strong Grade Point Average.
- Demonstrated academic/quantitative preparedness, either through prior coursework, professional experience, and/or certifications.
Class Size: 70
Average Age: 35
Average Work Experience: 11 months
Female candidates: 35%
Male Candidates: 65%
Students with advanced degrees: 36%
Number of Nationalities: 22
Program Fee: The program fee for the Class of 2020 is USD 76,750.
Financial Aid: Please visit Stern’s Financial Aid website to learn more.
Alumni: Stern has an exceptional record of having over 110,000 alumni members representing over 138 Countries.
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