Part time Master's Degree in Business Analytics in England in United Kingdom

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Business analytics is a discipline that focuses on understanding business performance and developing new strategies based on data and statistics. The data can be used to aid human decisions or to drive automated ones. 

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MBus Strategic Business Environment

University Centre Grimsby
Campus Part time 1 - 8 years August 2019 United Kingdom Grimsby

The MBus has been developed to offer an undergraduate degree that combines a traditional bachelor's level programme with an extra master's year, forming a single qualification. This is an alternative to the traditional MSc qualification and benefits from funding at the same rate as undergraduate degrees. [+]

NEW! MBus Strategic Business Environment (Masters in Business) Awarded by University of Hull Requirements:

IELTS 5.5 in each section and overall Bachelors Degree in Business/Level 6/160 UCAS points Degree in Business or appropriate programme with 55% £8000 fees (£4000 deposit and £4000 on enrollment)

The MBus has been developed to offer an undergraduate degree that combines a traditional bachelor's level programme with an extra master's year, forming a single qualification. This is an alternative to the traditional MSc qualification and benefits from funding at the same rate as undergraduate degrees.

The programme utilises a range of complementary modules, offering students the benefits of a broad understanding of business functions and activities throughout the levels of study to enable the development of a deep and analytical knowledge and understanding of both the theories and practice related to business and management. At master's level, there is a focus on contemporary `future proofing' organisations by enabling students to develop the skills in both sourcing and utilising business and economic evidence and trends, from a global marketplace, to best inform and underpin organisational strategic imperatives.... [-]