Six Ways to Manage the Data Deluge
The data revolution is here. Every smartphone, bar code scan, satellite, even Uber ride creates a flood of data that can be analyzed for patterns and insights. According to the World Economic Forum, the entire digital universe will soon reach 44 zettabytes—the equivalent of 44 sextillion bytes.
This data deluge has created a demand for analysts who have the knowledge and skills to discern impactful data vs. superfluous information. On a given day, there are more than 19,000 full-time jobs in data science listed on Indeed.com. And according to LinkedIn, “data science specialist” is one of the fastest-growing jobs.
Curious about data science and data analytics? The Zicklin School of Business offers a variety of programs depending on your background and interests.
If you’re drawn to . . .
Choose the MS in Business Analytics
Take a deep dive into applied business analytics with a choice of emphasis on data analytics, marketing analytics, or accounting analytics.
Choose the MS in Quantitative Methods and Modeling
Gain maximum flexibility in designing your degree with courses from Operations Research, Statistics, and Information Systems.
Choose the MBA and focus on data science and analytics
Learn the fundamentals of management and business plus skills in applying data to solve business problems.
Choose the MS in Marketing with a Marketing Analytics concentration
Get comprehensive training in marketing with a focus on developing actionable insights from data.
Choose the MS in Statistics with a Data Science concentration
Prepare for a career as a statistics professional with a deep emphasis on quantitative models for decision-making with large datasets.
Choose the MS in Information Systems with a Data Analytics concentration
Get a comprehensive technology program with a focus on applied data analytics.