The Master of Science in Marketing Analytics program teaches students how to become more engaged with consumers, how to design and deliver robust statistical analysis, and how to effectively communicate the resulting insights.
Developed in consultation with a variety of marketing firms, the masters in marketing analytics program produces professionals who are comfortable with numbers and able to make marketing decisions based on quantitative analysis. Students gain a firm grounding in the essentials of strategic marketing, while developing the analytical tools needed to thrive in today’s rapidly evolving, information-driven business environment. Ongoing collaboration among faculty and industry practitioners ensures a curriculum that introduces students to the field’s most compelling issues and trends.
Bentley’s Masters in Marketing Analytics program enables students to:
- Make informed marketing decisions based on relevant data, and to demonstrate the financial impact of those decisions
- Analyze large amounts of information to develop customer profiles, determine target markets, and segment the customer base, among other valuable tasks
- Gain hands-on exposure to advanced tools in the Center for Marketing Technology, which can transform raw data into useful information that improves decision-making
- Study on a flexible schedule with options to take courses online
- Learn from business partners who visit class and establish a base for future networking
- Benefit from longstanding recruiting and placement relationships that Bentley has with regional, national, and global marketing firms
- Tap into a strong alumni network that aid in your job search and ongoing career development
- Pursue a certificate option, which provides key marketing and information technology skills
For information about the masters in marketing analytics admission or financial aid processes, contact Corrie Lefebvre at 781.891.2111 or email@example.com.
Masters in Marketing Analytics Program
For specific questions about the masters in marketing analytics, contact program director Paul Berger at 781.891.2746 or firstname.lastname@example.org.