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Business Administration, B.S. – Business Analytics

Gain expertise in the data analytics that employers need to effectively use new technologies including big data, decision automation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

What You’ll Learn

The Business Administration, B.S. program with a concentration in Business Analytics gives you the in-demand skills and tools you'll use to solve real-world business problems and to increase organizational productivity, efficiency, and revenue. You'll learn from a range of real-world case studies to appreciate how these skills and tools can be leveraged to achieve success in measuring key metrics, forming inferences and predictions from data, and making optimal and robust business decisions.

These courses in this concentration include a wide array of topics, such as data cleaning, data visualization, data mining, database management, web analytics, text mining, and social media analytics. In addition to learning Python programming languages, the students will also learn to work with business analytics tools such as SQL, Tableau, Google Analytics, and more.

What makes our program special?

  • AACSB accreditation, earned by only five percent of business schools worldwide.
  • A centralized location in New York City, home of significant demand for graduates in this field.
  • A strong research-oriented business analytics faculty offering unique insights on analytics.
  • New York Tech's strong network of over 100,000 alumni, including leaders in all industries.
  • Progressive curriculum development ensures our program remains contemporary and competitive.
  • Our Career Building Platform (CBP) extends learning beyond the classroom to give you the professional and personal skills you'll need to succeed.

Thinking about transferring to New York Tech? Take advantage of our rolling admissions and generous transfer credit acceptance policy and begin taking upper-level business courses right away!

Grad School/Employers

  • Bank of America
  • Deloitte
  • Goldman Sachs
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Microsoft
  • Nationwide

Career Options

  • Budget Analyst
  • Business Analytics Manager
  • Compensation and Job Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Logistician
  • Management Analyst
  • Market Research Analyst

“New York Tech gave me a strong understanding of accounting. Any CFO needs to know how to read financial statements.You must be able to balance the accounting and finance sides of the job.”

Bill Zerella (B.S. ’78)

CFO, Fitbit

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.







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The School of Management's Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).

How You’ll Succeed

The demand for analytics graduates in the job market is expected to grow considerably in the near future. Across the globe, organizations are heavily investing in analytics to capture insight from a large amount of data generated daily. Employers now realize that they need to hire people who have technical expertise in data analytics and who understand the implications of the analysis, to help organizations make intelligent business decisions.

Upon completion of your B.S. degree, you'll be able to:

  • Conduct research, collect data, and analyze it using appropriate tools.
  • Develop appropriate models using analytics algorithms to solve business problems and provide insights.
  • Integrate functional disciplines together to effect sound policymaking and business planning.
  • Take on responsibilities in data analyses, visualization, future prediction, and decision-making.

For those interested in even greater career preparation, the B.S. with Accelerated M.S. or M.B.A. Options (4+1) program offers you the opportunity to earn your B.S. and either an M.B.A. or an M.S. in Risk Management in just five years.

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The School of Management's Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).