In today’s ever-changing, technology-driven world, organizations are swimming in data, and finding ways to analyze and use all the facts and figures is crucial to business success. Fairfield’s new master of science in business analytics program is designed for busy professionals who want to propel their organizations forward through sound strategic decisions based on a keen understanding of data and statistical methods.
What sets Fairfield’s MSBA apart?
Dolan Graduate Programs Rank Among the Best in the Nation
MBA Program Ranked Among the Best in the Country by The Princeton Review
Graduate Accounting Ranked #21 Nationally by U.S. News and World Report and Ranked #1 in Connecticut by The Accounting Path
Join us at an upcoming Graduate Information Session where we can answer your questions one-on-one, give you an opportunity to meet our faculty, and introduce you to the Fairfield University community.
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time & Agenda: 6 - 7 p.m.
Faculty Program Overview (optional campus tour begins at 5:30 p.m.)
Location: Kelley Center - Directions
Age Range: 22 – 56
Average Age: 27
Average GPA: 3.80
Undergrad Majors: Accounting / Administrative Justice / Biology / Business Administration / Computer Science / Information Systems / Mechanical Engineering / Media, Arts & Communication / Finance / General Studies / Marketing / Physics / Sociology / Software Engineering
Working at: KPMG, LLP / Henkel / dv01 / Sino-Cloud Changing Copyright Cultural Tourism Fund / Viking Capital
Today's graduate student must be prepared with skills to last a lifetime of job searches and career shifts. Dolan’s close partnerships with nationally recognized companies and successful alumni will open the door to top notch learning opportunities and lifelong connections. Whether students are looking to start their career, advance their career within their current organization, or pivot to another career, Dolan will provide students with the necessary skills and resources needed to succeed.
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The Dolan School of Business has an international reputation for excellence.
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2016 and 2017 "Best Graduate Schools"
The Dolan School of Business has been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) since 1977. The AACSB is known as the longest standing, most recognized form of specialized/professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn.
Contact 203-254-4000, Ext. 2843 to learn more.
For complete course descriptions please view the online course catalog.
The Dolan Lecture Series features highly accomplished, visionary, and internationally recognized business leaders.
The goal of the Dean’s Executive Forum is to feature business leaders across industries to share their experience with students in an informal setting. Programs are developed in collaboration with a Dean’s Executive Forum Student Committee and are held three times a year.
Applicants for the M.S. in Accounting must hold a bachelor's degree in accounting from a regionally accredited college or university (or the international equivalent) or have completed the equivalent coursework prior to beginning the program.
The Dolan School offers merit-based graduate fellowships that provide substantial financial support towards the cost of tuition. In addition, students who qualify can apply for a competitive scholarship that covers much of the cost of attending. Admitted students are eligible to apply for a limited number of entrance scholarships. These one-time awards are applied to offset the cost of the first semester of study. As these are very competitive, it is best to apply early if you wish to be considered for this form of support.