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Master’s in Data Analytics

Data has a story. Be the one to tell it with Butler’s online data analytics master’s degree.

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program overview

Unlock the

Power of Data

Butler’s online Master’s in Data Analytics program equips students with the necessary analytical skills to generate data-driven insights for improved decision-making in their organizations. The program offers students with the skills they need to excel in today’s data-centric world. Students will learn from industry professionals, gain proficiency in data interpretation, ethics, and visualization, and develop critical thinking skills through a flexible online format that covers machine learning, data mining, and predictive modeling.

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quick facts:

  • GRE/GMAT Not Required
  • Scholarships Available
  • 100% Online With Weekly Live Instruction
  • 11 Courses

business analytics concentration


Credit Hours

What initially caught my eye was that it was a program for working adults that builds from the ground up. However, when I got to talk to some of the professors involved in the creation of the program, their passion for the field and for the students made Butler my first choice.

Julia B.

Master’s in Data Analytics, 2023
Data Engineer at TriHealth
Cincinnati, Ohio
Julia Brooks, 2023 Data Analytics Graduate

Flexible, affordable, and demand-driven—earn more than a degree with Butler+.



The Master’s in Data Analytics program consists of two foundational skills courses, five core courses, and four concentration courses. All programs feature a flexible online model where students take one seven-week course at a time.

Career Outcomes

Career Outcomes

Earning an MS in Data Analytics may position you for opportunities in the following career paths:

Job TitleEmployed (2021)Median Income (2021)
General and Operations Manager2,985,000$115,000
Information Security Analyst163,000$104,000
Database Administrator or Architect145,000$101,000
Computer Systems Analyst539,000$99,000
Statistician (includes mathematicians)36,000$96,000
Management Analyst951,000$93,000
Operations Research Analyst104,000$82,000
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021. All figures rounded to the nearest thousand.


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