New 10-month program to be launched in partnership with IBM

George Washington University's School of Business has announced plans to launch a new Master of Science degree in business analytics.

The new program will offered through a partnership with IBM. Curriculum covers a range of big data-related offerings, including classes in Computational Analytics, Data Mining, and Probability Models. Applied courses cover topics in Sports Analytics, Marketing Analytics, and Healthcare Analytics, among others.

The program can be completed in 10 months if pursued on a full-time basis, or 2 years for part-timers.

For more information, please see the George Washington press release announcing the launch of the MS program in Business Analytics.

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