Enterprise Analytics, MS

Campus: NYC, Online


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics projections: In the next ten years, the demand for computer and information analysts will grow by 26.5%, and the demand for Market Research Analysts will grow by 31.6%, and the demand for Management Analysts will grow by 18.6%.

Analytics is decision-making based on data, analysis, and systematic reasoning. While applied statistics is its mathematical foundation, the current industry’s focus on effective server-based decision-making based on real-time Big Data and unstructured data allows computer science and technologies to play the central role in applying modern analytics to all industries. This program aims at producing quality analytics and data science professionals who master the modern enterprise analytics technologies and are ready to apply them in all aspects of business operation.

Foundation Courses
CS 658Introduction to Analytics Computing3
CS 660Mathematical Foundations of Analytics3
CS 619Data Mining3
Major Courses
CS 662Big Data Warehousing3
CS 664Introduction to Enterprise Intelligence3
CS 666Enterprise Intelligence Development3
Enterprise Technology Elective Courses
Select nine credits of the following: 19
Marketing Research
Interactive and Direct Marketing
Social Media and Mobile Marketing Strategies
Digital Marketing
New Product and Service Planning and Development
Predictive Analytics
Customer Intelligence
Accounting for Decision Making
Marketing Management
Business Analytics for Decision Making
Supply-chain Management
Enterprise Analytics Capstone Course
CS 668Analytics Capstone Project3
Total Credits30