An unparalleled program with your lifestyle and
goals in mind.

Our admissions team works directly with every applicant to ensure the right fit. With this program, you can not only aim for your goals but continue working full-time as you strive to achieve them.

Let us guide you through the admissions process and match you with financial aid options and scholarship opportunities.

Applying to Simon’s Online MS in Business Analytics for Managers


Our Admissions staff takes the time to get to know each applicant personally. We encourage you to reach out to us early to help you strengthen your application and identify scholarship opportunities. Consider attending one of our Admissions events to learn more about the program.

In addition to the deadlines below, we accept applications on a rolling basis. The sooner you apply in any of the rounds, the sooner you’ll hear back from us.


Round Deadline* Decision By*
Round 1 February 15 March 30
Round 2 April 15 May 30
Round 3 June 15 July 30
Round 4 July 15 August 15

*by 11:59 p.m. ET

We are no longer accepting applications for 2023 entry. Please check back later this year for the 2024 application. 


Why wait?


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Aspiring managers ready to lead or managers ready to take the next step in analytics. 3-15 years experience preferred.

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Simon offers the option to apply without a GMAT/GRE/Executive Assessment score.

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Tuition is $49,000 plus program fees, which cover course software and materials, e-textbooks, and events associated with the program. It does not include airfare or transportation costs incurred for in-person experiences or immersions. Merit-based scholarships are available for all qualified candidates.

Information based on current program structure. 

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Application Requirements

  • Online application form

  • Résumé and work history

  • Two required essays (250-500 words)

  • College transcripts

  • Letter of recommendation

  • $100 application fee (waivers available)

Master the skills needed to succeed in a
data-reliant world.

The program curriculum was designed to help you strengthen and build your analytical skills so you can begin advancing your career from day one.

Simon’s Online MS in Business Analytics for Managers combines synchronous and asynchronous formats using a combination of interactive lecture and discussion formats. Our hands-on learning opportunities include interactive experiential cases and projects that bring the classroom learning back to concrete scenarios managers need to be able to address.


Program requirements.

Click on each tile for a brief course description (note: this chart represents a sample academic schedule and is subject to change). All information is based on the current program structure.


14-month program (August–October)

GBA 471 Probability and Descriptive Analytics
GBA 472 Causal & Predictive Analytics
GBA 444 Ethics & Policy in tech
OMG 472 Operations and Supply Chain Analytics
GBA 478 AI & Business
GBA 475 Online Business Analytics Capstone Project
GBA 473 Data-Driven Decision-making
MKT 472 Marketing Management Analytics
GBA 474 Advanced Analytics-Driven Decisions
CIS 467 Data Management, Warehousing & Visualization
CIS 414 Digital Business Strategy
MGC 473 Communication and Leadership for Business Analytics

Calendar & Curriculum

In-person experiences.

Three in-person events complement online coursework and help build meaningful relationships with your classmates and faculty. These residencies enrich team interactions and leadership, augment the learning through company visits, professional and career workshops, guest lectures from industry experts and provide valuable networking opportunities.


Experts who will lead you into your professional future.

Simon faculty are known for being unabashedly analytical and bringing the cutting edge science of business to the classroom. Simon professors excellence in academic research, instruction, and innovation help keep the spirit of debate alive, reminding you that great minds do not always think alike. Their scholarly insights will challenge your assumptions, and build your expertise for success in today’s business climate.

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