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Online MS in Business Analytics

Drive organizational decision making using crucial data and insights with an MS in Business Analytics

The online Master of Science in Business Analytics is a 100% online, 32-credit, 16-month program offering convenience and flexibility for students working full time. The degree offered through the nationally ranked Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma on predictive modeling, data warehouse and data mining, analytical programming, business intelligence, machine learning, and applied analytics toward improving the performance of business organizations.

Join a relevant, high-demand profession

Over half of global businesses use data insights to monitor and improve financial performance, drive strategy and change, and improve processes while reducing costs, and over 71% are looking to accelerate their business analytics efforts1.


Curriculum is taught by professors with practical experience and research interests focused on business analytics.  Classes focus on applying solutions to real-world problems that prepare students to make changes in the modern-day workforce.

Cutting-Edge Tools and Skills

Students couple their interest in business with the enjoyment of working with leading-edge technology and computer programming. Students learn essential tools and techniques, including R, Python, SQL, Tableau, Excel, VBA, among others.

Drive Strategy and Change

Graduates are poised to use data and technologies to drive business improvements and changes through storytelling and problem solving. They learn and apply skills in predictive modeling, data warehousing and data mining, analytical programming, business intelligence and applied analytics.

Expand Your Networks

Build your professional network with fellow students, industry-experienced faculty, and alumni as part of the global Sooner network. With over 250,000 alumni, your degree brings a world of connections to open doors.

1Global State of Enterprise Analytics, 2018.” Forbes. Accessed December 8, 2021