Master of Science in Economic Data Analytics
College of Business UT Arlington
Economic data analysts provide empirical support for business decisions. They formulate recommendations for pricing strategies, cost management, process flow, demand forecasting, and customer acquisition valuation. Graduates of this UT Arlington STEM program possess quantitative skills for data extraction and scraping, multivariate regression, A/B and diff-in-diff testing, survival and trend analysis, and demand modeling.
Some Employers of UTA Economics Alumni
Methodist Health System
Warner Bros. Entertainment
What can I do with this degree?
Most graduates work in business as quantitative analysts or in consulting to these enterprises. Others work in think tanks or in the public sector at local, state, federal and international agencies. Data analysts work for securities firms, lending institutions, telecommunications firms, online marketers, entertainment companies, and traditional manufacturers.
- 30 credit hour program (10 classes)
- Full-time students can complete in as little as 16 months
- Part-time available for professionals looking to enhance their careers
- All classes held at night