Business Analytics Information Session + Pizza! – Thurs, Feb. 18 (12:30)
Are you looking for an elective class in the spring? Are you considering pursing a master’s degree in Business Analytics?
Rady Undergrad Programs is hosting an information session (with a pizza lunch!) about our new undergraduate class, MGT153: Business Analytics and about the new graduate program starting the fall 2016. Come join us!
What: Business Analytics Information Session
Who: Prof. Kihoon Kim (undergrad), Prof. Vincent Nijs (grad), and Emily Dayton, M.S. in Business Analytics Admissions Counselor
Date: Thursday, February 18th, 2016
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Where: Rady School of Management – MPR2, Second Floor of Otterson Hall (2S117)
+ Free Pizza!
MGT 153 Business Analytics (new spring undergrad class!)
Prerequisites: Upper Division Standing and Math 10C or Math 20C or Math 31BH
Course Description: This course is designed to help a business manager to use data to make good decisions in complex decision-making situations. Students will gain foundation knowledge of several analytical and econometric methods including decision analysis, probability theory, statistical inference, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing. Students will also learn how to use available computing technology to arrive at optimal solutions.
* Counts as a business minor elective.
* This class will be offered in the Spring 2016 quarter (Wednesdays 11am -1:50pm) with Prof. Kihoon Kim
The Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) at the Rady School is an intensive program that will provide you with the skills to succeed in data-rich business environments. The program offers rigorous, hands-on training that will prepare you to use data and analytics to identify business opportunities, generate business insights and create business solutions. As an MSBA student, you will gain both the quantitative skills to create better decision tools and the ability to manage teams and communicate effectively with stakeholders throughout each phase of an analytics project.
* Link to MS Business Analytics page: http://rady.ucsd.edu/msba/