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Analytics Programs

Fill the growing need for analytics experts

Considering the ever-increasing amount of data that’s created and consumed daily, it’s no wonder analytics professionals are in high demand. If you’re curious, have a knack for numbers or really enjoy solving complex problems, you have what it takes to excel in this fast-growing field. Franklin offers several programs that cater to your interests and ambitions.

Online Analytics Master’s Degrees

Online Analytics Certificate Programs

Find the Analytics Program That’s Right For You

If you’re interested in a master’s level analytics program, Franklin has a number of great options. The best fit for you depends on your interests and goals. Compare programs and identify your perfect match.

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M.S. in Business Analytics
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M.S. in Data Analytics
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M.S. in Health Informatics

Focus:
Use data to help organizations solve business challenges, make decisions or inform strategy. Professionals working in business analytics positions use, manipulate and apply models that have been created by data analytics professionals. 

Skills:
Polished communication skills are a must to effectively present your findings to leadership.

Careers:
Use your M.S. in Business Analytics to qualify for positions in marketing or sales analytics, HR analytics, operational/risk analytics or financial analytics.

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Focus:
Draw on your statistical, database and computer programming skills to design and build data models that business analytics and health informatics professionals can manipulate and apply for decision making. Data analytics professionals focus on data science - coding, modeling and analytic tools - to collect and analyze data. 

Skills:
Proficiency in statistics, programming experience, and an affinity for data modeling are necessary to provide meaningful, credible data to stakeholders.

Careers:
Put your M.S. in Data Analytics to work as a data engineer, data analyst or data scientist.

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Focus:
Illustrate the financial impact of an extended hospital stay by manipulating and applying data models built by data analytics professionals. Health informatics professionals rely on data models to improve healthcare processes, lower costs and improve patient outcomes. 

Skills:
Bring your curiosity about how the details contribute to the big picture and you’ll play a valuable role in cross-functional teams whether you’re working toward short-term improvements or long-term goals in healthcare operations. 
 
Careers:
Leverage your M.S. in Health Informatics to attain advanced practice roles like healthcare data analyst, clinical informatics manager or EHR implementation director. 

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