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WATERBURY, Conn. (April 8, 2024) – Post University has introduced a new Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Analytics, offering students the unique opportunity to pursue an advanced degree that will provide the skills and insights needed to identify, analyze, evaluate, manage, and define business challenges that require effective communication of intelligent data-driven solutions. Enrollment is now open for both on-campus and online learning for the academic year.


The Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Analytics is the university’s latest flexible, industry-relevant program offered for students looking to advance in their careers.


Through coursework, master’s students learn to use business intelligence to make strategic decisions, identify opportunities to improve processes, improve operations, and more. The program teaches students to quantify business operations and use data to understand and improve them. Graduates will leave prepared for diverse career paths, including roles as business leaders, data scientists, marketing analysts, supply chain analysts, business intelligence engineers, researchers, and more. Taught by industry-experienced professionals, courses are interactive and designed to enhance students’ practical application of analytics.


“Offering an advanced degree that addressed problem solving and strategic decision-making was a natural progression for our business programs,” said Post University’s The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business Interim Dean Alisa L. Hunt, Ph.D. “Post is committed to providing education opportunities that meet the demands of our evolving business landscape, and this new master’s program positions our students as future-ready professionals who are equipped to navigate and excel in today’s modern, data-driven business world.”


Named in honor of the Waterbury native and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post has established a strong reputation for quality teaching, collaboration, and outreach spanning a wide array of functional business disciplines, including Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and now, Business Intelligence and Analytics. Over the past decade, the school has transformed into a highly comprehensive business school, now offering academic programs at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and graduate certificate levels. This evolution reflects the changing skillsets demanded by today’s workforce.


Enrollment is now open for classes beginning on April 29, 2024. To learn more about the new Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Analytics program at Post, please visit


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