Krannert is home to the Krenicki Center for Business Analytics & Machine Learning.
Businesses are collecting more data than ever before. Using that data to make better-informed decisions is becoming a business requirement. Big data has limited use without the technology and expertise to turn data into usable information for all levels of an organization.
For decades, the Krannert School of Management has used an analytical business approach to develop industry leaders. We specialize in developing students who aim to build upon their science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) backgrounds to establish, lead, and grow prominent organization.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics and Information Management is a full-time, 11-month program beginning in June every year, designed to educate students in state-of-the-art information technologies and analytical techniques. Students will undergo a rigorous curriculum and develop facility with a variety of software tools currently used in business. Students will also have opportunities to apply what they are learning to real-world problems through experiential learning.
The MS BAIM program is a STEM designated program. Successful graduates of the program may be eligible for STEM OPT (for details regarding the associated STEM OPT extension, please visit the USCIS website).
Data Science Degree Programs ranks the Krannert MS Business Analytics and Information Management program the #1 Data Science Master's degree program in the U.S.
CIO Magazine ranks the Krannert MS Business analytics and Information Management program the #1 Data Science Master's degree program in the U.S.
Eduniversal ranks Krannert's Management Information Systems field of study #2 in North America.
Master's in Data Science has named Purdue University 8th among schools with Master's in Business Analytics Programs.
QS World University Rankings ranks MS BAIM the #12 Business Analytics master’s program in the world.