Launch your career in New York, the metropolitan center of worldwide business.
Median salary for operations research analysts in New York (Source: careeronestop)
AN EXCITING AND LUCRATIVE CAREER
As of August 2018, LinkedIn data showed a dramatic shortage of people with data science skills. With technical skills that are in demand in every industry, Business Analytics graduates can look forward to job growth, mobility, and ongoing paths for advancing their knowledge and careers. Here's what to expect:
Enjoy good pay: $65,000 median salary for Business Analytics majors (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports); $91,650 median annual salary for operations research analysts in New York, $81,390 nationally (Source: careeronestop)
Job growth: 27% projected growth from 2016 - 2026 for operations research analysts (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). 15% projected growth from 2015 to 2020 in data science and analytics (Source: Burning Glass).
53% of companies are using big data analytics today, up from 17% in 2015 with telecom and financial services industries fueling the fastest adoption (Source: Dresner Advisory Services).
GAIN USEFUL SKILLS AND PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
One of the few undergraduate Business Analytics programs in the New York area, the Lubin BBA in Business Analytics provides a solid, interdisciplinary foundation in data analysis, information technology, and quantitative modeling so you can start your career with a technical edge. The BBA in Business Analytics offers:
Comprehensive analytics skills: analysis and modeling techniques covering the whole spectrum of descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics - from ad hoc reports, data visualization to regression, data mining, and optimization.
High-demand software skills: Solve real-world business problems using software packages that are in high demand by employers. You will learn to use software tools like R, Python, SQL, Excel, RapidMiner,and Tableau. They consistently appear in the top 10 popular tools list in data scientist surveys.
The opportunity to earn a minor or a second major to deepen your specialization in a business function or industry.
A select and close-knit cohort: small classes with award-winning faculty and experience working as a team, a critical skill for success in business