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Learn the Business of Data
Companies and organizations across many different fields need experts to analyze statistics and make business decisions based on past information. By choosing the business analytics concentration, you’re taking a step toward learning how to apply these skills in the real world. You’ll study management science, data analytics and more to prepare for important work in the field.
Upon graduation from the MBA: Business Analytics program, you’ll be qualified for in-demand jobs like database architect, which has a median annual salary of $98,860.1
- Learn from a faculty of expert instructors who bring real-world experience to online courses.
- Use R and Python to solve real-time business problems.
- Prepare for success in roles like quantitative analyst, financial analyst, data architect, data scientist and more.
100% online courses
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Prepare to Lead in Business Settings
This concentration is designed for students interested in learning to use, communicate and interpret basic statistics and perform data mining in real-world business problems.
Study organizing, summarizing, interpreting and reporting data, probability concepts, probability distributions, statistical inference (estimation and hypothesis testing), regression and non-parametric analysis.
Explore a broad range of topics in management science like decision theory, linear programming, non-linear and dynamic programming, transportation and assignment models, network models (PERT-CPM), Markov chains, game theory, inventory models, queuing theory and simulation models.
Learn about the full range of business analytics—descriptive, predictive and prescriptive. This course includes step-by-step instructions to help students learn how to use Excel and Excel add-ons such as XL Miner for data mining and the Analytic Solver Platform for optimization and simulation.
Examine methods for extensive data analysis, spreadsheet use and modeling in two other statistical software, R and Python. Students can learn several analytical methods useful in real-life business-decision making.
Data architect $98,860 per year1
Financial analyst $83,660 per year2
Operations Research Analyst $86,200 per year3
Finish in 10 months
Gain a Competitive Edge With an MBA in Leadership Management
Establish yourself in your career with a leadership concentration. Our expert faculty will prepare you to address the organizational challenges faced by businesses in a variety of industries, and they will help you develop the skills you need to seek higher leadership positions in your field.
A study of the nature of leadership in organizational and social settings through case and literature analysis. Leader effectiveness is examined in terms of personal traits and organizational influence, including sources of leader power, decision making, servant leadership, and transformational change.
A philosophical study of the application of principles of ethics to activities within the complex organization. The critical questions involved in ethical business conduct and an awareness of appropriate concerns for social responsibility are considered.
This course explores various methods of conflict resolution at different organizational levels. It also deals with causes of conflict and the process of conflict management. The case-study method of teaching is employed.
Human Resources Manager2 $116,720 per year
Finish in 10 months
Work as a Leader and Oversee Projects
Hone your leadership skills and advance your career with an MBA in Project Management. You’ll work with expert instructors who will equip you with the skills to apply analysis and decision-making methodology to your workplace. An emphasis is placed on preparing you to take the project management professional (PMP) certification exam.
Explore the project management framework, project management processes, project integration management, project scope management, time management and cost management. Students will develop a solid foundation of project management processes and practice that can help lead to effective and successful projects.
Expand on the concepts and practices covered in Project Management I. Topics covered include quality management, human resource management, communication management, risk management, procurement management, stakeholder management and professional and social responsibility.
Explore essential software commonly used in project management. Software such as Microsoft Project®, Microsoft Excel Solver® and Smartsheet® will be utilized to aid in the project management and decision-making process.
In this capstone course, students will identify a project or select a case study to utilize throughout the course to complete a series of deliverables required for project management. Some of these deliverables include a project charter, budget, work schedule matrix, project scope, risk assessment documents and a communication plan.
Senior Project Manager1 $85,292 per year
Finish in 10 months
Lead With an MBA in Supply Chain Management
Learn to maximize profit and efficiency with a concentration in supply chain management. Graduate ready to apply critical thinking skills and industry-specific knowledge to your career and become a more effective and strategic leader.
Explore purchasing and materials management practices and strategies implemented throughout industry. Topics analyzed include purchasing proposal solicitation and evaluation, supplier evaluation, contract development and execution, inventory control, lean logistics, supplier development, material flow, forecasting, supply chain integration, responsible procurement and e-procurement.
Analyze the integration of information systems within logistics and supply chain operations. Topics include Supply Chain Management (SCM) systems, Enterprise Information Systems (ERPs), warehousing and transportation systems, Customer Relationship Management Systems (CRMs), transaction processing systems and Decision Support Systems (DSS). Special emphasis will be placed on the integration of SAP ERP within supply chains.
Study logistics and supply chain management through case studies. Students will analyze numerous logistics and supply chain cases and propose recommendations that would integrate effective supply chain strategies. Some of the topics explored include supply chain optimization, supply chain metrics analysis, reducing supply chain risk, supplier development, supplier selection and management, supporting lean manufacturing and transportation evaluation and selection.
This advanced logistics and supply chain management course explores various inventory control and distribution practices, techniques and best practices. Topics addressed include forecasting, warehousing utilization, automation, and optimization, transportation regulation, inventory control models and techniques and the use of information technology to reduce and control inventory levels.
Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Manager2 $103,320 per year
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Estimated tuition, not including fees, is $16,200.
Spring Hill College’s online MBA program is in the process of seeking ACBSP accreditation and the school is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
No GMAT or GRE scores are required, but students without three years of work experience may be required to submit GMAT scores.
There are six start dates throughout the year. Two in the spring, two in the summer and two in the fall.
Yes! The Spring Hill College MBA program offers concentrations in logistics and supply chain management, leadership, business analytics and project management.