Are you Graduating Soon, want to Work with Top Companies, and Solve Problems?
*Check out a Masters Degree in Business Analytics*
The Most in Demand Job Field of 2018
A one year program that is open to All undergraduate majors
Students will partner up as High Impact Business Leaders with companies like:
NASA, Deloitte, and Leidos!
We are still accepting applications for Class of 2019!
Why Business Analytics?
In 2017, demand for analytics expertise across a range of occupations saw significant growth. According to Forbes, the median salary for professionals with big data expertise is $103,000 a year.
Analytics Impacts Business
Analytics is the scientific process of harnessing analytic techniques and technologies to transform raw data into useful information for better business decisions. How are data analysts different from business analysts?
Study Business Analytics
Build synergistic partnerships with the business community, interact with corporate sponsors who serve as advisors for the CBIA program. Gain a working knowledge and hone your skills in business analytics by enrolling in the MSBA-BA program.
"There’s an industry shortage of talent in big data and business analytics. Pamplin’s business analytics concentration gives students a solid education in both. This is how our master’s program is different from other analytics programs in engineering, computer science, and statistics.”
-Linda Oldham, Executive Director of Pamplin’s Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics (CBIA)
“Big data and analytics are impacting every sector of business. By supporting research, teaching, and outreach in business intelligence and analytics, the CBIA will keep the Virginia Tech community at the forefront of this field.“
—Robert Sumichrast, Dean
Introducing Predicted Market Value as a Way to Evaluate NBA Contracts
Written by Faizan Hasnany, a fellow MSBA Graduate Student
Introducing Predicted Market Value (PMV)
Estimated Player Profit (EPP) and other PMV insights
Link to Article: NBA Math
Student Success Story: From Undergrad Hackathon to Startup Accelerator
22-year-old Jonathan Briganti discusses his year-old company, Digitally Enhanced Screening Applications. DESA is a health analytics and telehealth platform that collects real-time data through screening assessments to improve patient care. The original concept was birthed from a hackathon in 2016 when Briganti was an undergrad neuroscience major at Virginia Tech. Briganti is now a graduate student in the M.S.B.A Business Analytics program at Pamplin's Center for Business Intelligence & Analytics. He has teamed up with RAMP, a local Roanoke-Blacksburg startup Accelerator. Read more about the RAMP "Demo Day" where Briganti gave his recent presentation.