Master of Science degrees at Hult
You already recognize that traditional education was built for a more stable time—when looking at the past was a reliable way to predict the future. Now, you want a new kind of business education that’s designed for today’s reality. Get ready to challenge the status quo, and create something better than anything that has come before.
Why choose a Masters in Business Analytics?
This flexible program is a transformative experience that will challenge you to go beyond business to learn about the world, the future, and yourself. You’ll learn by doing as you follow a rigorous curriculum that adapts to your interests and goals.
Seven reasons why
Increase your employability with a world-class US Masters in Business Analytics
Gain a highly in-demand, specialist skillset and forge a career in business analytics
Join class in person, or live online, over a four-day weekend once a month
Take electives at our campuses around the world
Expand your skills, your mindset, and your network
Work with diverse international teams and learn to work across cultures
Future-proof your career
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
I bring a hands-on approach in to 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.