Management analytics involves developing a precise understanding of the factors influencing managerial decisions, and designing data and analytical solutions to support these decisions.
It encompasses the multiple skills needed to extract insights from real-world business data, including:
- Acquiring a deep understanding of the managerial problem
- Identifying the data sources and create analytical data sets
- Designing, validating and implementing analytical solutions
- Communicating your results effectively
During the program, the Management Analytics Practicum will provide an opportunity to gain in-depth experience through a real-life managerial problem.
The program Management Analytics at University of Toronto is structured so that you initially focus on the tools and techniques before moving on to the application of analytics to management situations.
Once you graduate, you’ll find a wide range of career opportunities available. High-level analytical skills are in high demand in a wide spectrum of managerial disciplines, including strategic consulting, finance, health care, life sciences, government, retail, marketing, web analytics, telecommunications and banking.
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- Analytics in Management
- Data-Based Management Decisions
- Analytics Colloquia
- Management Analytics Practicum
- Structuring and Visualizing Data for Analytics
- Modeling Tools for Predictive Analytics
- Big Data Analytics
- Tools for Probabilistic Models and Prescriptive Analytics
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- 9 months
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- Undergraduate degree:
Four-year degree in a relevant degree such as, but not limited to, Computer Science, Statistics, Mathematics, Engineering, Physical Science, Economics or Commerce.
- Quantitative proficiency:
Evidence of a high level of proficiency (a minimum B average) in quantitative courses that cover subjects is required. Mastery of mathematics including, at a minimum, calculus and linear algebra, is essential, as are courses covering probability and statistics.
- Computational proficiency:
Demonstrated proficiency in computer programming. This may be demonstrated through a minimum B average in one or more courses in computer science or in courses relying extensively on computer programming. In cases where evidence of computational proficiency is not obvious, applicants must provide supplemental evidence.
- Two academic references
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International67160 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 67160 CAD per year and a duration of 9 months.
National41400 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 41400 CAD per year and a duration of 9 months.
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