Business Analytics Student Life
Within the MS in Business Analytics program, students cultivate strong connections both within and beyond the classroom. Embracing a year-round schedule filled with demanding coursework, collaborative group projects, client engagements, and career readiness activities, fostering peer relationships and engaging in social opportunities becomes pivotal for maintaining a harmonious equilibrium between work and life.
Prioritizing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Every Dimension
Diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts are central to our mission at every level: in the MS in Business Analytics program, at the Carlson School of Management, and across the University of Minnesota.
The Carlson School provides opportunities—in and outside the classroom—for students to develop the intercultural skills necessary in today’s interconnected world. We support students of all backgrounds with programs and services that meet them where they are and ensure success.
The MSBA Community
The MSBA program sponsors fun social trips activities year-round. Try kayaking, ice skating, Broadway shows, professional sports games, the Minnesota State Fair, and much more.
As a multicultural program, MSBA students celebrate diversity and share culture with holiday celebrations, potlucks, restaurant outings, and more.
Students in the MS in Business Analytics program form close bonds both in and out of the classroom. Socialize with and learn from fellow students by joining one of 20+ student organizations representing an array of professional, cultural, and recreation interests. From the Carlson Marketing Network to the Outdoor Adventures Club, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Student Resources & Support Services
The flagship of the University of Minnesota System, the Twin Cities campus is Minnesota’s only land-grant university and one of the most prestigious public research universities in the nation. Serving 50,000+ students, the U of M offers robust resources to support you as you learn and grow on our urban Twin Cities campus. Here are some of them.
Where you study business matters
The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is a magnet for young professionals seeking career opportunities, affordable housing, accessible transportation, and rich culture. Professional sports teams, world-class arts and cultural institutions, and abundant recreational areas add to the region's reputation as one of the most livable places in the nation.