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MBA in Business Intelligence

The online Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Intelligence program offered through Southern New Hampshire University allows students to increase their business leadership skills while also allowing them to focus on data analysis and evaluation. Read on for information about this fully online MBA program with a concentration in Business Intelligence.

Official Program Name:

Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Intelligence

School Offering Program:

Southern New Hampshire University

Program Prerequisites:

Prospective students of the Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Intelligence program should have an interest preparing for a business career where they use data to solve problems. Applicants may also need strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Previous coursework in business could also be helpful; individuals without a business background may be required to take foundation courses. All applicants to Southern New Hampshire University master's degree programs must have already earned a bachelor's degree.

Program Description:

Southern New Hampshire University's MBA program covers several core principle areas of business in order to prepare students to become leaders in many different areas of business. Core courses cover topics in finance, accounting, human resources management, marketing, operations management, and leadership techniques. The Business Intelligence concentration option allows students to also study methods for gathering, analyzing, and utilizing data in order to make informed business decisions. The courses cover topics in Big Data and data analytics, data modeling, and presenting data results.

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Financial Aid Available:

Federal financial aid is available to those who qualify, plus a 30 percent tuition discount for active-duty service members and their spouses. Contact the SNHU Financial Aid office to learn more about your financial aid options.

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Required Courses for a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Intelligence:

MBA Foundation Courses

  • MBA 501: Mathematics and Statistics for Business
  • MBA 502: Economics for Business
  • MBA 503: Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • MBA 610: Business Law
  • OL 500: Human Behavior in Organizations

MBA Core 1 Courses (to be taken after completing foundation courses)

  • MBA 515: Business Environment, Innovations and Entrepreneurship
  • MBA 520: Accounting and Financial Analysis
  • MBA 550: Leading in an Organization
  • MBA 560: Marketing and Strategy

MBA Core 2 Courses (to be taken after completing Core 1 courses)

  • MBA 635: Ethics, Corporate Culture, and Social Responsibility
  • MBA 640: Finance, Economics, and Decision Making
  • MBA 665: Government Impact on Business
  • MBA 690: Operations Management and Technology

MBA Capstone

  • MBA 705: MBA Capstone

Business Intelligence Concentration Courses

  • DAT 510: Foundations of Data
  • DAT 520: Decision Methods and Modeling
  • DAT 530: Presentation and Visualization of Data

Post-Graduation Opportunities

Career Paths:

Students who have successfully complete this MBA program with a concentration in Business Intelligence could have built the skills and knowledge needed for a variety of business analysis positions. Upon graduation, they could choose to seek careers within a variety of industries, including information technology, energy and utilities, marketing research, finance services, investment banking, and government agencies.

Following are some potential positions that graduates might pursue:

  • Business Analyst
  • Mathematician
  • Risk Solutions Architect
  • Statistician
  • Financial Analyst
  • Data Warehouse Manager
  • Small Business Owner
  • Consultant

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