Data Analytics Master’s Degree Program
The Data Analytics Master of Professional Studies Degree Program at Stonehill provides students with the in-demand skills and knowledge necessary to analyze data and extract actionable information from complex data sets.
A Rapidly Emerging Field Desperate for Skilled Analysts
The Meehan School’s Business Administration Department is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, a distinction valued by employers and business graduate schools
A study performed by Accenture, one of the world’s largest consulting firms, found that over 90% of their clients have data analytics goals in their strategic plans. However, when it came time to hire employees with these skills, over 60% of searches failed.
The Data Analytics Master of Professional Studies (MPS) Degree Program at Stonehill provides the skills needed to fill this market gap. Students not only earn a master’s degree in one year, but also a SAS Academic Specialization and SAS Professional Certification. In addition, its executive format fits seamlessly into students' busy professional life while fostering valuable networking and learning opportunities with classmates who are also charting their path to success in the field.
- Earn a master’s degree, a SAS Academic Specialization and a SAS Professional Certification in a 12-month accelerated program
- Connect with working professionals in a variety of industries and from a wide geographic region
- Benefit from a blended model of weekend and online courses
- Learn from faculty with extensive industry experience
Applied Approach Benefits You Immediately
The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) degree combines the focused theoretical study of traditional graduate degrees (MA, MS) with the specialized, industry-specific skills students can immediately implement in both technical and non-technical roles. MPS degrees emphasize the skills that today’s employers want and are also highly applied, incorporating hands-on research and client engagements to give students firsthand experience practicing what they learn.