Master of Science in Business Analytics
Georgetown University

Program Details

Advance in a data-driven world with a master’s program that brings together leading-edge analytics and critical business skills. Earn your M.S. in Business Analytics online in 16 months at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, ranked one of the top 15 business schools in North America.

During the program you will collaborate with Georgetown's expert faculty. You will also have access to a vast global network of alumni dedicated to supporting you throughout your career. Our dedicated MSBA career-services team is ready to help you build your resume, network, and negotiate salary for titles such as business analyst, data engineer, or data scientist.

The rigorous curriculum includes weekly, synchronous sessions in which you join your cohort in a virtual classroom. Together you discover how to structure problems, obtain and manage data, apply analytical tools and methods and generate insights. You will also attend two, 5-day residencies over long weekends to meet with mentors and peers, take intensive courses and collaborate on your capstone project.

By graduation, you will be capable of steering your organization through complex data derived from ever-changing business and social environments to address complex real-world problems with the latest state-of-the-art data management tools and best-practice models. This program will prepare you to create, share, and sustain value across your organization and in society.

Learning Pace


Learning Schedule


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School Accreditation & Licensing

Georgetown University is accredited by:

Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)

Program Requirements & Restrictions

Minimum Education

Bachelor Degree

Admission Tests

Proof of English Language Proficiency (International Students)

Application Requirements

Statement of Purpose/Intent, Resume/CV, Recommendation/Reference Letter(s), Official College Transcript(s), Interview

Additional Info

  • This program requires two five-day residencies on campus.