Online MS in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern


The Northwestern Predictive Analytics program provides a thorough grounding in advanced analytics, practical applications, leadership, and communication skills, in a completely online format.



Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies

Online Master of Science in Predictive Analytics

Build in-demand skills for the growing analytics field

New technologies are transforming the way organizations use data to gain a competitive edge, creating rapid growth and new opportunities in the field of analytics.

Northwestern University's Master of Science in Predictive Analytics program can be the path to a promising new leadership career for professionals in virtually any industry.

Expertise in all aspects of data intelligence — from data analysis to data mining to predictive modeling and beyond — is more in demand than ever as businesses and other organizations seek to use data science to maximize the value of vast new streams of data.

Advanced skills. Convenient online courses. Exceptional value in the marketplace.

The Northwestern University Predictive Analytics program provides a thorough grounding in advanced analytics and practical application — as well as leadership and communication skills — in a completely online format. Enter the marketplace with a Northwestern University master’s degree and you'll have a broad network of accomplished alumni and faculty behind you.

Learn more about how you can advance your career by earning your Master of Science in Predictive Analytics degree from Northwestern University.

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Summer Quarter Application Deadline:
April 15, 2013
Shapiro
"Our Predictive Analytics program is a true reflection of what makes Northwestern great — we develop leaders in cutting-edge disciplines by providing access to world-class faculty. Our graduates will use analytics to help organizations maximize the value of their data and improve their performance."

Joel Shapiro,
associate dean of academics
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