Graduates of Dominican’s MSBA program gain the tools to remain competitive in a rapidly evolving big data economy. According to Science Daily, over 90 percent of the world’s data has been generated in the last two years. The ability to analyze large data sets is critical to success, fostering new waves of business intelligence, productivity, growth and innovation.
- Earn your MSBA in just 12 months — no GRE or GMAT required!
- Flexible hybrid program is ideal for working professionals. Just two Saturdays per month on campus, plus two weekly online sessions.
- Students learn to use quantitative data analysis and analytics tools (including Python, R, SAS and Tableau) to transform data into business insights.
- A STEM-designated degree. (STEM graduate programs are university degrees awarded in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.)
- You’ll graduate prepared to make actionable business decisions through optimization and machine learning, and to employ data visualization to communicate complex data effectively.
Take the Next Step
The MSBA is a 12-month program consisting of 10 courses plus a practicum. Students will take two courses over a seven-week (two-month) period. Classes are held on campus every other Saturday and during two weekly online sessions.
From Data Analytics, to Cloud Computing and more. Our courses reflect the rapidly growing field of Business Analytics and will equip you with skills you can use right away — either in your current job or to help you make the leap to a new career.
Gain a competitive edge with an MSBA from Dominican University, which prepares graduates for a wide range of dynamic careers such as data analyst, data scientist, management analyst, forensic analyst, gap analyst, and program/marketing management. Demand for professionals with a degree in STEM programs is soaring to the point that the federal government has increased the OPT (Optional Practical Training) period to three years for international students who graduate from these programs.
Data is exciting, especially if you get something out of it. Our MS in Business Analytics program empowers students to make immediate decisions based on facts and sound statistics, giving their companies a leg up on their competition.” — Dr. Vafa Saboori, MSBA program director
Admissions and Aid
A Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited institution of higher education is required to apply to our graduate programs.
- Completed Application — Apply now!
(Please note — admission to the program is limited.)
- Official Transcript(s)
Official transcript of coursework from each college or university attended (undergraduate and graduate). Transcripts must be sent directly in a sealed envelope from the college or university.
Dominican University of California
c/o Graduate Admissions
50 Acacia Ave.
San Rafael, 94901
- GPA of 3.0
A grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or above in graded graduate course work. Or, one of the following:
- GPA of 2.7 or above for the last 60 units of graded undergraduate course work
- GPA of 2.3-2.69 for the last 60 units of graded undergraduate coursework AND one of the following:
- GMAT score of 560 or GRE score of 162 quantitative and 144 verbal reasoning
- Minimum of three years of professional work experience
- Statement of Purpose/Intent
A one-page essay describing professional and/or personal goals and reasons for obtaining the above graduate degree
- One Letter of Recommendation
Academic or professional, on letterhead.
- International Applicants
International candidates must meet additional admissions requirements.
|Deadline||July 1, 2020|
|Deadline||December 1, 2020|
Dominican has a rolling admissions policy, which means we evaluate applications as they are received and will continue to evaluate applications until we’ve filled all the slots for our incoming class.
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
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