Advance Your Career in Business Analytics
Find Your Future in a Data-Driven World
Jobs in big data are abundant and demand for data professionals continues to grow. More than ever before, companies need professionals who can understand, measure, and act on stockpiles of data. A master of science in business analytics from the Carlson School opens doors to many exciting career opportunities.
Job Offers for Carlson MSBA Graduates
Carlson MS in Business Analytics graduates are in high demand, year after year. Since 2015, the average percentage of students receiving jobs offers within six months of completing the program is 98.5%
More on where business analytics graduates work:
2016 Full-Time MSBA Employment Report
2017 Full-Time MSBA Employment Report
2018 Full-Time MSBA Employment Report
2019 Full-Time MSBA Employment Report
2020 Full-Time MSBA Employment Report
2022 Full-Time MSBA Employment Report*
*Due to the pandemic, start/graduation dates for MSBA students were delayed for the classes of 2021 and 2022. Per MBA CSEA reporting standards, students that graduated between July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022 have been included in our 2022 employment report. The 2023 employment report will include an update on our August 2022 and May 2023 graduates.
Top Employers Hire Carlson MSBA Grads
Graduates of the Carlson School MSBA have gone on to work for top employers across the country, including the following:
Picture Your Future
Data Makes a Difference
Put your analytics skills to good use helping people, communities, and society. Analytics opportunities aren’t only found in the business world. Nonprofits, government agencies, and community organizations use data to address important issues in society. Carlson School analytics students are using data to make a positive difference in people’s lives. So can you.
Exploring the Options
Not sure where you want to work? That's okay. Carlson School career coaches can help you explore the options. MSBA students can even visit companies as part of a career trek organized by the school.
Time for a Career Change
Carlson School graduate Willam Eerdmans explains how the MSBA program helped him make a career change from engineer to data scientist at Cargill R&D.