Zicklin Logo
Personal tools


MBA in Statistics

The Master of Business Administration ( MBA ) in Statistics

The statistics majors are designed to train students in the application of mathematical models and decision making in business, industry, and government. An MBA program and an MS program are offered. Both provide students with the concepts and skills that form the fundamental base of knowledge essential to statistics professionals in today's business environment. The MBA program is designed primarily for those who employ statistical methods in an applied discipline such as economics or marketing, or who are responsible for managing or interfacing with a statistical department. The MS Program is designed to train technical specialists in the field. The major in statistics is given within the Department of Statistics and Computer Information Systems.

Courses in Major (12 credits)


STA 9700 Applied Regression Analysis
STA 9750 (OPR 9750) Basic Software Tools for Data Analysis

Choose two courses from:

STA 9660 (CIS 9660) Data Mining for Business Analytics
STA 9661 Multivariate Statistics for Business Analytics* 3
STA 9701 Time Series: Forecasting and Statistical Modeling
STA 9705 Multivariate Statistical Methods*
STA 9710 Statistical Methods in Sampling and Auditing
STA 9850 (OPR 9850) Advanced Statistical Computing

*Students may not receive credits for both STA 9705 and  STA 9661

For more information, contact:

Professor Ann Brandwein
Faculty Advisor in Statistics
Department of Statistics and Computer Information Systems
(646) 312-3364

Office of Graduate Admissions

151 E. 25th St. Room 820 (between Lexington and 3rd Avenues)
Phone: (646) 312-1300
Fax: (646) 312-1301
E-mail: ZicklinGradAdmissions@baruch.cuny.edu
Website: Graduate Admissions

Baruch College/CUNY | Zicklin School Of Business | 646-312-1000 | Copyright © 2014
One Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010 ( 55 Lexington Avenue at East 24th Street, NYC )

FAQ | News | Events Listing | Administrators Login | About This Website | AACSB Accredited