Analytics is the integration of the major theories, tools, and approaches to identify and successfully communicate data-driven insights for informed decision making in the digital age. Analysts articulate and effectively defend the significance and implications of the work in data analytics in terms of challenges and trends in a local, national, or global context.
The Master of Professional Studies in Informatics prepares you to excel in the fast-growing and dynamic field of informatics.
The Master of Science in Computer Science program is for experienced professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and expand their technology leadership responsibilities in organizations that design, develop, market, or utilize computing systems.
The Master of Professional Studies in Digital Media's Connect program offers students without prior experience in core technical and/or creative concepts a bridge pathway into the degree. These 12 additional quarter hours of credit—offered as four foundation courses—provide intensive, hands-on guidance into the essential knowledge required for the Digital Media curriculum.
The MS in Urban Planning and Policy (MUPP) trains students to work as urban planners in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. The curriculum provides a solid foundation in planning and policy while allowing students to develop substantial expertise in one of four focus areas: Urban Design and Physical Planning; Urban Analytics; Urban Sustainability and Resilience; and Urban Development Policy and Planning.
With an innovative curriculum taught by expert business school faculty, our STEM-designated Master of Science in Business Analytics prepares you for a leadership role—one that requires you to recognize and respond to potential challenges and make strategic decisions amidst uncertainty.
Prepare for internationally focused positions in the U.S. or abroad with our practical, interdisciplinary and interactive Master of Science Degree in Global Studies and International Relations.
The Master of Legal Studies is for non-lawyer professionals who work regularly with lawyers and legal issues. It was created specifically for those who do not wish to practice law, but would like to use the law as a means to achieve goals in environments where law is too often seen as an obstacle.
The online Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice is designed to prepare students for professional and research careers in criminal justice, criminology, and related fields. Students apply multidisciplinary and comparative social science to understand, predict, and explain crime, and to contribute to the development of public policy within and across U.S. communities.
Human Factors Engineering is the discipline of applying known human capabilities and limitations to the design of products, processes, systems and work environments.