Michigan - Ross to Offer an MBA Concentration in Business Data and Analytics

New concentration to launch this fall

The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business has announced plans to launch a new MBA concentration in Data and Business Analytics.

According to the school, the new concentration will aim to help students prepare for careers in data-intensive industries such as consulting and technology. The program's curriculum will cover a range of topics in analytics, including big data management, marketing research, marketing engineering, advanced big data analysis, data mining, digital marketing, mobile innovation development, and information econometrics.

Full-time MBA students will be able to begin this new concentration in the fall of 2018. The school also offers MBA concentrations in Business and Sustainability and Healthcare Management. 

For more information, please see the Michigan - Ross news release announcing the launch of the new MBA concentration in Data and Business Analytics.


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