ASU Carey to Offer New Master of Science Degrees in Supply Chain and Big Data

New programs to start in fall 2013

The WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University has announced that it will launch two new specialized business master's degree programs next fall.

The first new program, a Master of Science in Business Analytics, can be completed in nine months and covers topics such as data mining and analytics-driven decision making.

The other program is a Master of Science in Supply Chain Management which can be completed in 21 months, and is designed for people with previous experience in supply chain roles. Students take a number of courses which cover topics in supply chain, logistics, and operations.

For more information, please see the course pages for ASU Carey's Master of Science in Business Analytics and Master of Science in Supply Chain Management.

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