The Master of Science in Business Analytics and Risk Management (formerly Master of Science in Enterprise Risk Management) part-time program is no longer accepting applicants. All degree requirements will be honored under the curriculum and academic year admitted.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics and Risk Management (MS BARM) program develops managers and leaders with the knowledge and skills to anticipate and manage risks, while leveraging unique opportunities in chaotic environments. This program is designed to teach how to quantify risks and manage processes to change or respond to those risks.
The program also addresses how to lead and manage organizations during periods of dramatic change or crisis. Coursework provides exposure to a variety of areas of risk management and provides tools to integrate the management of a portfolio of risks that an Enterprise will face.
An MS in Business Analytics and Risk Management provides graduates with the tools and knowledge to:
- Develop a thorough understanding of risk
- Protect shareholder value by managing the downside of risk
- Position the organization to better leverage the upside of uncertain outcomes
- Develop plans to protect reputation, information, financial assets, and personnel
- Improve decision making at all levels of the organization
The program requires 36 credits. Part-time students must complete the program within six years. Effective Spring 2018, this program will no longer accept applications.
The curriculum for the MS in BARM program includes the following courses. Course sequence and availability of specific electives may vary. Students must consult with an academic advisor to ensure that they take courses in the approved sequence. All courses are 2 credits.
|BU.210.620||Accounting and Financial Reporting||2|
|BU.131.601||Business Leadership and Human Values||2|
|BU.520.620||Advanced Business Analytics||2|
|BU.610.625||Simulation and Strategic Options||2|
|Select six of the following:||12|
|Big Data Machine Learning|
|Contracting: Incentive Design and Analytics|
|Data Science and Business Intelligence|
|Enterprise Risk Management Frameworks|
|Financial Crises and Contagion|
|Managing Complex Projects|
|Pricing and Insuring Risk|
|Supply Chain Analytics|