While the Institute has met its usual enrollment target, in light of COVID-19 we have opened a few additional seats for highly qualified candidates who are unexpectedly in a position to return to school for 10 months to earn an MS in Analytics. To explore this possibility, sign up here to request a consultation with a member of our Admissions Team.
Dr. Christopher Healey and Dr. Susan Simmons built a visualization dashboard using publicly available data that shows these comparisons and predictions. The work aims to predict the flattening in a region’s outbreak curve for both confirmed COVID-19 cases and for COVID-19 fatalities. Read more on the NC State News Service.
Congratulations to the team of Supreet Deshpande, Chris Goodrich, Taylor Kooy, and Meghan Weber, on taking home the 1st place prize for “Best Insight” at the 2019 Carolina Data Challenge, an annual event organized by students in the Analytics and Data Science Club at the University of North Carolina Continue reading “Carolina Data Challenge”
With over 870 graduates of the Master of Science in Analytics, there are MSA alumni now working in 300 organizations from coast-to-coast and 15 countries around the world. An on-going series of interviews with alumni explores their current professional life on the job and its relationship to their learning experience at the Institute. Meet Emmy, Continue reading “Alumni In Action”
Twenty-four student teams in the Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) held meetings with their sponsors in various locations around the country. The teams spoke with executives to review business objectives and familiarize themselves with the sponsor organization. The Class of 2020 brings the total number of practicum projects to 203, with lead 118 sponsors (and many more participating sponsors) since the Institute’s Continue reading “Teams Kick-off Practicum Projects”
For the second consecutive year, graduates in the Master of Science in Analytics posted NC State’s highest average salaries and placement rate upon graduation in a ranking of academic units across campus. The data are compiled by the Office of Institutional Research and Planning. In the University’s second annual Future Plans Survey for Graduate Students in May, the Institute’s students ranked at the top among the nine colleges with an average reported salary of $101,117 (based on 111 students and a 100% response rate). This compares to an average reported salary of $80,806 for all masters Continue reading “Grads Post University’s Highest Salaries”
The Institute is delighted to announce its practicum sponsors for the Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) Class of 2020. Student teams are tasked with projects from 24 sponsoring organizations. This year the Institute welcomes an impressive line-up of new and returning sponsors to work with our students over the next eight months, Continue reading “Practicum Sponsors Announced”
The Master of Science in Analytics Class of 2020 arrives this week to begin the summer portion of its 10-month journey. The class is comprised of 119 students selected from a pool of over 1,100 applicants, representing 15 countries of origin and 23 states stretching from Massachusetts to California. With an acceptance rate of just 13%, the Class of 2020 is the sixth consecutive cohort to meet such a highly selective criteria for admission since the Institute’s inception in 2007. Additional demographic details of the Class of 2020 are provided in our Admissions Report. Continue reading “Institute Welcomes the Class of 2020”
The Master of Science in Analytics (MSA) 2019 Employment Report is now available. The Class of 2019 achieved a placement rate at graduation of 95-percent, and the average base salary rose to $98,500—a new record high—with $92,400 for candidates with no prior work experience, and $109,500 for experienced candidates. The Class received 262 offers of employment from 61 employers; 45 employers succeeded in hiring Continue reading “2019 Employment Report”