Graduate Minors

Business Analytics Management Graduate Minor

A minor in business analytics management will provide students from various fields with the skills and knowledge to address complex problems through the collection and use of data.

This minor would pair well with various graduate degrees across all disciplines, specifically:

  • Communication
  • Computer science
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Finance
  • Health care informatics
  • Hospitality management
  • Marketing
  • Medicine and health administration
  • Public health
  • Retail and merchandising
  • Sport management
  • Television management

This minor can be pursued by students studying both in both full and part-time programs.


Program Learning Priorities and Outcomes

  • Communication: Students will demonstrate capacities to communicate in ways that promote effective approaches for managing analytics projects.
  • Creative and Critical Thinking: Students will develop skills in addressing complex problems through coursework and applied projects, including the use of quantitative and qualitative approaches to characterize analytics problems and identify and implementing solutions.
  • Leadership: Students will explore and develop leadership strategies needed to work effectively in business analytics.


Program Requirements

Total Credits: 12

See full minor information and course descriptions in the Drexel Course Catalog.

Course Title Credits
MGMT 685 Implementing Strategies Using Project Team 3
MIS 612 Aligning Information Systems and Business Strategies 3
MIS 624 E-Commerce Systems I 3
MIS 630 Inter-Active Decision Support Systems 3


Sample Plan of Study

Term Course
Fall MIS 612
Winter MIS 624
Spring MIS 630
Summer MGMT 685