Interested in pursuing a Masters in Business Analytics but have a ton of questions about it?Posted Jan 05, 2021
You know that having a Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA) degree will help you stand out to employers. But Google doesn’t seem to have answers to questions such as:
- Is an MSBA worth it?
- How difficult is it?
- What can I do with it?
- What kind of job title do I get?
- What is a Masters in Business Analytics?
Join Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics on Friday, January 15, 2021, for a free, live Ask Me Anything webinar on all things MSBA.
Bring your questions and ask away -- this is the MSBA webinar that's all about YOU. Two current Albers MSBA students will be on hand to answer all your queries. Ask them anything!
- Why a Masters in Business Analytics is one of the most sought after grad degrees today
- What skills and competencies you need for the program
- Differences between Albers' Business Analytics face-to-face program vs its online counterpart
- Fees, financial aid, and scholarships
- Other benefits such as mentorships, internships, and more
Got more questions? Sign up for this AMA and add your question(s) to the list.
Why earn your MSBA at Albers?
Launched in 2016, Albers' Masters in Business Analytics program was ranked among the top 25 in the US, #1 in the Northwest and tied for #3 in the West Coast by US News and World Report's 2021 Graduate Rankings.
Our MSBA program has a 100% placement rate. Albers MSBA graduates have gone on to work for companies such as Amazon, Deloitte, Facebook, Liberty Mutual, Microsoft, and Zillow.
About the Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University
Located in the heart of Seattle, the Albers School of Business and Economics has a reputation as one of the premier business schools in the Northwest. Both its undergraduate and graduate programs are consistently ranked among the best in the country.
Albers’ location puts it in the heart of Seattle’s thriving business community. Some of the nation’s largest companies are headquartered in the Seattle area, including Amazon, Starbucks, Microsoft, Boeing and more. Students benefit from the school’s deep business connections through mentorships, internships, guest speakers, real business projects, and employment opportunities.
Small class sizes ensure that a student is never just a number. Low student-to-faculty ratios allow students to build close relationships with professors and peers who support them throughout their careers.
Finally, Albers is distinct for its legacy in providing values-driven education. For 70 years, it has championed the responsibility of business to create a better society. Students are taught to be leaders who are committed to making a difference above and beyond the bottom line.