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Program Format and Schedule

Program Format
  • The Master of Science in Business Analytics program is a one year long, part-time program divided into five on-site class sessions (modules) that take place at NYU Stern in New York and in two other rotating global locations.
  • This part-time format reduces the absence from the office to approximately five weeks over the course of the year.
  • Students also complete pre-module and post-module assignments and deliverables done via distance learning outside of the in-class period. This averages 25 hours per week of work. 
Program Length 1 year
Program Start May 2018

Please note that academic materials (e.g. readings and assignments) will be available in mid-March to admitted students during the pre-module phase. This is meant to help students prepare for the in-class session in May. Students are required to complete all pre-module assignments before May, so please keep this in mind for planning purposes.
Program Dates 
  • Module 1: New York - May 2018 (2 weeks)
  • Module 2: London - August 2018 (1 week)
  • Module 3: Shanghai - October 2018 (1 week)
  • Module 4: New York - March 2019 (1 week)
  • Module 5: New York - Project Presentation - May 2019 (2 days)
*All dates and locations are subject to change.
Language All classes are instructed in English
Class Size Limited to 70.
Fee $74,300 fee for the Class of 2019 includes tuition, course materials, some meals and official events. Hotel and travel expenses are not included. Tuition is subject to change.

A tuition deposit of $7,100 is required to secure a spot in the Class of 2019 and is due upon acceptance to the program. 

Participant Profile: Experienced managers who can benefit from unlocking the potential of big data. Participants come from a broad range of sectors: financial services, communications, consulting, health and pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, energy, nonprofit/NGO, education, IT, etc.

Program Details: The Master of Science in Business Analytics Program is designed with busy working professionals in mind.

Participants live and work in their home countries and attend five concentrated, rigorous modules in New York and 2 rotating global locations.

There is an optimization of classroom time, with usage of distance learning between modules. The modules are time intensive so that all teaching is done in-person only.  To read more about the program curriculum and academic details, please follow this link to the course index page.

Program Dates

For Class of 2019

Module 1: New York
May 2018
(2 weeks)

Module 2: London 
August 2018
(1 week)

Module 3: Shanghai
October 2018
(1 week)

Module 4: New York
March 2019
(1 week)

Module 5: New York
Capstone Project Presentation
May 2019
(2 days)


*All dates and locations are subject to change.