Earn Your Master’s in Analytics Online from the Kogod School of Business
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The online Master of Science in Analytics (MSAn) program from the AACSB-accredited Kogod School of Business—ranked No. 16 for online business programs—is seeking students who are dedicated to helping businesses make data-informed decisions.1
In the program, you can customize your degree to align with your career interests by choosing four elective courses or one of our pre-designed focus areas: Business Foundations, Financial Analytics, Cybersecurity, or Consulting.
Months to Complete
Degree Focus Areas
No GRE or GMAT is required to apply. Bachelor’s degree required.
The online MS in Analytics program upholds the same admissions requirements as Kogod’s on-campus programs. To apply, you must submit the following materials:
completed online application form
official transcripts from all academic institutions from which you earned credit
two letters of recommendation
$100 application fee
Request information and an admissions counselor will reach out to discuss the application requirements in more detail. If you have any immediate questions, you can contact admissions at +1-855-572-2800 or email@example.com.
During two practicums, students visit our Washington, DC, campus and put their analytics skills into action by working with real data sets and presenting solutions to company stakeholders.
The Kogod Student Experience
The Kogod School of Business encourages collaboration over competition. Students in the online MSAn program will:
experience our student-centered, collaborative approach to business education
learn from the same dedicated and experienced Kogod faculty who teach on campus
have access to career development services, the business communication center, and tutoring
Benefits of Learning Online at Kogod
All online graduate programs from the Kogod School of Business use innovative technology to create a highly customizable learning experience. Students in the program will:
participate in live, seminar-style classes of approximately 15 students
discover the intersection of business and politics at the American University campus in Washington, DC