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MS in Analytics

Big Data Requires Big Skills

The M.S. in Analytics at the University of San Francisco is an intensive one-year program that provides students with the skills necessary to develop techniques and processes for data-driven decision-making – the key to effective business strategies.


An innovative, interdisciplinary program offered jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Management, the Analytics Program delivers rigorous training in the mathematical and computational techniques of Big Data. It provides mastery of the analytics tied to strategic decisions – and the skills to effectively communicate these results in business settings.

Students in the program study topics such as data mining, machine learning, statistical models, predictive analytics, econometrics, optimization, risk analysis, data visualization, business communication and management science.

The Analytics Program is highly technical – students write R and Python programs in most of their courses and work with an industry partner in the Practicum (some are paid internships).

Conor O'Sullivan

Conor O'Sullivan, MSAN '14

“The proximity of USF’s downtown campus to leading businesses gives us the opportunity to meet and attend seminars by the country’s most talented data scientists.”

News

Data Science and the Future of Cloud Computing
Steve WozniakSteve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, and MSAN professors break down the impact of the cloud on modern enterprise....

USF Joins Bayes Impact University Program
big data cropped2USF MSAN students will be participating in the Bayes Impact University Program to help solve real-world problems using big data...

MSAN Students Place 8th in Worldwide Hackathon
keyboardFirst Year MSAN Students Compete in Kaggle Hackathon...

Bridging the Gender Gap
FPBig data and the role of women in the developing world.

USFers Mine "Big Data" for Better Business Results
Big DataUSF Analytics students learn how "Moneyball" math helps Silicon Valley companies...

Events

Join us at our next Open House!
McLaren Center, Room 250
Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 5:45 PM