Earn Your M.S. in Data Analytics

Various industries consistently rely on data now more than ever, to inform decisions whether related to business or science. With increased access to intricate data from sources such as e-commerce, smart phones, social media, and health informatics, comes increased opportunity to carve out a career in the growing field of Data Analytics. The Rowan University M.S. in Data Analytics program was designed based on industry needs, as well as guidelines of the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and information Management Education (CAHIIM) and guidelines from the Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). In addition to core courses such as Visual Analytics, Data Warehousing, and Data Mining students may specialize in Health Data Analytics. As a result of this specialization, students in the health care industry will be able to apply data analytics in health care industry specializations to process and to analyze complex data in healthcare, pharmaceutical, and clinical research.

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Related Industries

Because Data Analytics is a function that spans several industries, the Bureau of Labor Statistics does not collect data specific to Data Analysts but classifies professionals in this field in various occupations such as Statistician, Database Administrator or Computer System, Market Research, Financial, Operations Research, and Information Security Analysts. Each of these occupations is expected to grow faster or much faster (at rates between 11 – 34%) than the average between 2014 and 2024. An M.S. in Data Analytics can position you to take advantage of opportunities in the following industries:

MS in Data Analytics: Health Care, Science, and Governement
  • Health Care
  • Science
  • Government
MS in Data Analytics: Finance and Business/eCommerce
  • Finance
  • Business/eCommerce

MS in Data Analytics: Higher Ed, Social Networking, and Telecommunications
  • Higher Education
  • Social Networking
  • Telecommunications

Next Start Date(s)

Spring 2019 – Classes begin in January