Stanislaus State has created a business analytics concentration within its existing Master of Business Administration program. The two-year program will be offered entirely on the Turlock campus through night courses, starting in the fall 2019 semester.
In addition to the seven core courses common to all MBA students at Stan State, master’s candidates with an analytics concentration will take three additional analytics-based courses. The new concentration adds even more value to an MBA program that was recently honored with a national ranking from U.S. News and World Report.
The University will be the 10th CSU to offer a master’s degree or concentration in business analytics, and one of the first to have a concentration taught through all its departments. At Stan State, accounting, finance, computer information systems, management, operations and marketing all contribute to the concentration, creating a comprehensive analytics education that can be utilized in many capacities and industries.
Fall 2019 applications for Stan State’s MBA programs are being accepted through June 30. For more information, visit the MBA website or contact Katrina Kidd, director of graduate programs, at (209) 667-3683 or email@example.com.