The University of Dallas Will Launch Two New Business Master's Programs

Programs to focus on business analytics and global business

The University of Dallas’ Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business has announced plans to offer two new Master of Science programs, focusing on business analytics and on global business.

The Master of Science in Business Analytics will help students make strategic business decisions that leverage big data. The program will cover a variety of topics in the analytics/big data space, with courses like "Quantitative Methods," "Business and Society," and "Applied Business Analytics," for instance.

The Master of Science in Global Business will cover a broad range of topics—including analytics, strategy, finance, marketing and supply chain management—with a focus on the global arena. According to the program's webpage, this program will prepare graduates for a variety of career areas, including international business operations, international business development, international project manager, or as consultants.

Courses for both programs will be delivered both online and on-campus.

Both are scheduled to launch this fall; applications are currently open.

To apply for the programs, prospective applicants should have at least a bachelor's degree. GMAT or GRE scores are optional, but English-language proficiency must be demonstrated through a test such as TOEFL or IELTS.

For more information, please see this University of Dallas press release announcing the launch of the two new Master of Science programs.


Image: "The downtown Dallas, Texas (USA) skyline from the Trinity River floodplain" by Drumguy8800 / Creative Commons (cropped)

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