What influenced your decision to join this program? I have a computer science background and I wanted to learn and focus on the business domain. And because Isenberg is among the top-rated business schools in the U.S., pursuing a Business Analytics degree here was my first choice.
What influenced your decision to join this program? After working in the professional world I realized the necessity of formal training in analytics and its place in the modern workplace. Also, I had one year left to use my tuition and fees waiver from my service in the military. Because the MSB&A program takes one year to complete, in addition to Isenberg's great reputation, the decision to attend was a natural one to make.
What influenced your decision to join this program? This program teaches you key skills recruiters are looking for in the professional world. So I know I'll be on sure footing when I begin my career search.
What influenced your decision to join this program? I have always been interested in business, despite not earning my undergrad at Isenberg. Now that I'm working on my MSB&A degree, I'm looking forward to also taking advantage of the Chase Career Center and various career fairs to pursue a job in business analysis.
What influenced your decision to join this program? The focus surrounding the combination and implementation information technology and business. And the program pairs well with my plan to enter into business/data analytic roles with the focus of moving towards a position as a data architect/scientist.
What influenced your decision to join this program? I was looking for a way to jump-start a career in business. And Isenberg provides so many resources outside of the classroom that are worth taking the time to utilize.
What advice would you give to a prospective student considering a graduate degree at Isenberg? Though you are taking tough courses that may be out of your comfort zone, MSB&A offers a great business foundation for people with little to no knowledge in the area. I would advise prospective students to think about where they see themselves in 10, 15, and even 20 years, and to decide if a knowledge in business and analytics could be a useful tool to help them along the way.
What influenced your decision to join this program? I wanted to combine my general business knowledge, from my undergraduate degree in Economics, with the much sought after analytical tools that this program provides to be more marketable when looking for a job.