Big data, big advantage.
We’re relying more and more on data every day—and with that reliance comes the need for smart people who know how to analyze data, solve crucial business problems, and help others make insightful, analytics-driven decisions.
Analytics is a fast-growing field, and we want to help you get the advantage you need to succeed. So whether you get excited about the possibilities of big data, or just tend to geek out about numbers, this program is for you.
Possible job titles
- Data analyst
- Data scientist
- Data architect
- Data governance specialist
- Predictive modeler
- Business intelligence developer
- Data visualization specialist
- Business analyst
- Market analyst
- Financial analyst
- Computational scientist
Benefits of getting your MSA at DSU
With this program, you’ll acquire and hone the skill set you need to become an analytics and data science professional.
You’ll enjoy small class sizes, an affordable price tag, and the flexibility to earn your degree on campus or online.
You’ll also get the advantage of a curriculum infused with the newest technologies—which will put you a step ahead of the rest when it comes time to landing the career of your dreams.
We offer three optional tracks to help focus and personalize your MSA degree:
- Healthcare analytics
- Information systems
Each of these tracks includes a series of courses that will help you become an expert in your field. You can choose to take more than one track or additional electives for a more customized experience.
Apply to our MSA program
Our MSA program fills up fast, so if you’re thinking of applying, it’s a great idea to get your application (PDF) in as soon as possible.
Also, if you haven’t done so already, be sure to read up on our program-specific admission requirements for the MSA before applying.
Get your degree online
Did you know? Our Master of Science in Analytics program is also offered completely online.
See what classes you’ll be taking in our Graduate Catalog. Check up on when and how to apply to this program (PDF) with the timelines and requirements, or meet MSA faculty online or during a campus visit. You can always contact us with any questions—or just to talk about what is possible.