Companies are racing to hire employees who utilize cutting-edge business technology and processes to drive decision making. Now you can get that coveted edge in one year. No business degree? No problem. Recent college graduates from all majors and young professionals from all industries are welcome.

One Year, Full Time

One Year, Full Time

One year. That’s all it takes to increase your value to the marketplace. If you are a soon-to-be or recent college graduate, you can continue your education and gain the advantage of a degree in business analytics to get an edge, prove your value from day one, and increase your career success for years to come. 

Why Business Analytics?

Why Business Analytics?

You’ve heard of Big Data. This is it in action. Our dynamic marketplace is increasingly driven by data insights and analysis. You’ll identify why things are the way they are, anticipate trends and predict outcomes. You’ll delve into analytics, models, visualization, predictive analytics, people analytics and more. Discover exciting possibilities for interesting careers that put you at the center of the action.

Class of 2020

22
Average Age
73%
TCU Undergrads
38%
Women
62%
Men
3.5
Average GPA
50%
Average Work Experience of One Year or More

Class of 2020 degrees: marketing, communications, geography, psychology, sports conditioning, mechanical engineering, social work, business information systems, supply chain, economics, interdisciplinary studies, mathematics, finance, management, communications sciences and more.

Vinay Ragala“TCU's MS in Business Analytics program has been an amazing experience with extremely knowledgeable professors and a talented inaugural class.  I've developed strong analytical skills and gained a better understanding of how data can have a positive impact on any business. Most importantly, the TCU MS BA program has gone above and beyond to prepare me for a future career in data analytics. I'd recommend this program to anyone who wants to develop the next level skills needed in the current job market and for many years to come.”

-Vinay Ragala, MS BA ’21
BS, Petroleum Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, 2020