Practical, flexible learning
Forge a career in STEM as you learn to translate data statistics and analysis into impactful business decisions in the age of big data—from home. Work with international teams in real time and find out what it takes to get results in a virtual working environment.
Taking you beyond business
In this new world of information overload, employers actively seek candidates who have the ability to translate data into actionable solutions. Hult’s Masters in Business Analytics degree will place you at the intersection of statistical analysis and business knowledge so that you can make meaningful, impactful contributions to any business.
Flexible start dates
You can complete Hult's Live Online Masters in Business Analytics in 15-18 months.
The flexibility of the program means you can start in fall or spring. This graphic shows a sample timeline based on a September start.
Admissions are accepted on a rolling basis, so the curriculum may be offered out of sequence for those enrolling in our Spring intake.
Your program begins with a multi-day immersion in Hult’s uniquely practical approach to education in either Boston or London. This is when you’ll be introduced to the Hult DNA and the mindsets that will help you succeed and set the foundation for the year ahead.
You’ll study your core courses online over a four-day weekend each month in either Boston or London time zones.
The capstone to your core program delves deep into the techniques and technology being used to innovate business for the future and pushes you to apply everything you have learned so far in your capstone challenge.
Customize your degree with a wide range of electives and seminars offered in both 3-day weekend and longer formats at Hult campus locations across the globe.
I wanted to learn what’s behind buzzwords like Machine Learning and AI. Within the last year alone, a huge amount of data has been collected. Transforming this data into insights can change the economy in a positive way, and it will help in making better decisions. These technologies can be used to shape the future and create value for the whole world.”
Laura Schweigert German Business Operations Analyst, EarnUp Masters in Business Analytics, Class of 2019
How does the program work?
Attend live online classes with classmates from all over the globe. You’ll be taught by expert practitioner-professors and work on practical projects with diverse teams of professionals.
A wide range of electives is available at our global campuses in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, or Shanghai. You can choose to take electives at any of these campuses for a $2,000 USD fee. Alternatively, you can choose from our range of online electives and continue to study from home.
This course is a part-time program taught over 15-18 months in London and Boston time-zones. You will need to attend your classes live.
I bring the hands-on approach into the classroom where students learn through workshops and boot camps, earning badges and certificates through the courses. I believe that skills-based education—connecting the concepts with application—is what employers are looking for."
Maithily Erande Indian Data Analytics Professor With an MBA from INSEAD, Prof. Erande is an analytics expert and was vice president for product engineering with several Fortune 100 clients including Apple, Microsoft (MSN), Dun & Bradstreet, JP Morgan Chase, Cisco, and Sesame Street.
Yinuo Nora Chen Chinese Brand Strategist at La Vie de la Rose Flower Essences Masters in International Business, Class of 2019
How have your leadership skills developed?
Hult has reminded me how much change excites me and how much I can grow through it. I used to feel a little scared when it came to changing groups. Now, I embrace it. It is even beautiful as you learn about the new team members and jointly develop strategies that best suit all of you. While I do have people that I have grown used to working with, I never hesitate when it comes to moving into a new group.
Which challenge has pushed you the most?
Starting the Gender Intelligence Club. I was always very strong in academics but a leadership position like this is challenging and takes courage. I had to think about what the club represented, how to support club members, and how to lead and motivate the committee.
Which professor has inspired you the most?
Cari and her leadership class. She made me realize that to be a good business woman I need to be a woman first—take care of myself, figure out who I am, and live authentically.