Toll Free: (866) 758-7670 xxx-xxx-xxxx

SJU Navigation

Master of Science in Business Intelligence & Analytics Career Outlook

Business Intelligence and Analytics is one of the fastest growing fields in the world. This means career prospects for those with relevant experience and credentials are very strong and expected to grow.

The online Master of Science in Business Intelligence & Analytics degree from Saint Joseph’s University is designed by the Business Intelligence and Analytics industry, for the Business Intelligence and Analytics industry, and rewards graduates with a coveted Business Intelligence Certification from SAS, Inc., the leading provider of Business Intelligence software solutions in the marketplace. Saint Joseph’s University is one of the few universities that can offer the potent, career-building combination of an advanced Business Intelligence & Analytics master’s degree and a respected professional certification, and no other Business Intelligence & Analytics program features a faculty so deeply integrated into the Business Intelligence and Analytics community. As the demand for Business Intelligence and Analytics professionals grows, Saint Joseph’s University graduates will have a unique competitive advantage to help ensure maximum opportunity for career advancement.

Business Intelligence and Analytics spans hundreds of industry categories and dozens of job titles, but the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks this high-growth field under the title of Management Analyst. The government expects job growth among Management Analysts to reach 19% by 2022, nearly two times the average rate of growth among all occupations. In addition, compensation for those in this job category is high, averaging more than $78,600 in the last 12 months*.

New opportunities are waiting for graduates with an online Master of Science in Business Intelligence & Analytics degree from Saint Joseph’s University. To learn more, call (866) 758-7670 to speak with an admissions representative, or you can request more information.

*Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition

Business Intelligence
Discover Success in Your Data