Master's in Business Analytics in New Zealand

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Business Analytics

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Business analytics is a discipline that focuses on understanding business performance and developing new strategies based on data and statistics. The data can be used to aid human decisions or to drive automated ones. 

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Masters Degree in Business Analytics in New Zealand

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Master of Professional Business Analysis

Victoria University of Wellington, Business School
Campus Full time 12  July 2018 New Zealand Wellington

technology who want to become business analysts. This Master of Professional Business Analysis (MBusAn) programme is developed as a component of the Wellington ICT Graduate School created by Victoria University and its partners. The programme is closely linked with industry requirements and courses are offered with industry collaboration. [+]

The Master of Professional Business Analysis is for graduates outside information technology who want to become business analysts.

This Master of Professional Business Analysis (MBusAn) programme is developed as a component of the Wellington ICT Graduate School created by Victoria University and its partners. The programme is closely linked with industry requirements and courses are offered with industry collaboration.

Degree structure

The Master of Professional Business Analysis (MBusAn) consists of 10 courses and a final project delivered in three parts over a year of full-time study, starting in July (Trimester Two) of each year.

Courses in the first part of the programme are organised around seminars in which students learn about the latest theoretical advances, and apply these to a case which mirrors the challenges and complexities of a real-world business.... [-]