The Master's in Business Analytics program at the Carlson School teaches students how to extract insights with creative data analysis, and then apply the results in real business settings. Students graduate with a unique combination of data science skills and business acumen to lead in an increasingly data-driven world.
of 2015 and 2016 grads received offers for employment within 90 days of graduation
U.S. News and World Report ranking for management information systems education
designated by Homeland Security
Gain Real Experience in Business Analytics
Hands-on learning is a hallmark of the Carlson School experience, challenging students to apply what they've learned in partnership with real businesses.
Study Advanced Data Science and Predictive Analytics
Learn how to harvest, process, and analyze data to extract insights and create business value.
Connect with Top Employers
The Carlson School's extensive network spans local, national, and global business communities, introducing students to industry leaders and future colleagues.
Learn from Leading Scholars
Ranked 3rd in the nation for management information systems education, Carlson School faculty bring field-leading expertise to the classroom.
Live in the Fastest-growing State for Tech Jobs
The thriving Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area includes 17 Fortune 500 company headquarters, exciting career opportunities, and exceptional quality of life.
William Eerdmans, MSBA '17
Carlson School of Management '17 Master of Science in Business Analytics graduate William Eerdmans talks about the MSBA curriculum and explains how the program helped him make a career change from engineer to data scientist at Cargill R&D.
100% Career Placement
Within 90 days of graduation, 100 percent of 2015 and 2016 MS in Business Analytics graduates received offers for employment across the country. Graduates now work at McKinsey & Company, Amazon, Groupon, Ford, Expedia, Ameriprise, Google, and other standout companies.
In her first few weeks on the job, MSBA 2015 graduate Mia Wang applied her analytics expertise to save her employer $50,000.