UNH readies launch of Center for Business Analytics

Deborah Merrill Sands

Deborah Merrill-Sands, dean of UNH’s Paul College, said that under the new initiative, ‘we are developing business analytics as a specific area of academic expertise that will further distinguish us among business schools.’

The University of New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics is launching a new Center for Business Analytics aimed at what it says will provide businesses with the help they need to sustain a competitive advantage — graduates who can harness the power of big data and support to help them employ analytics tools to create value for their business.

Business analysts are trained to take large quantities of data and analyze it to build reports that help make sense of it and provide actionable insights to drive strategic decision-making in their organizations.

The college said that the move is in response to growing student and employer demand.

“Our vision is to build out

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Deakin University, Australia and Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) have announced an innovative study option for Indian students which will allows them to get two degrees on successfully completing the four-year program in Business Analytics. The four-year program will allow Indian students to qualify in Business Management (MBA) and Business Analytics on the completion of four years.

In the current situation when travel is suspended and students are uncertain of an overseas higher education opportunity, Deakin University, Australia and JGBS have developed the four-year program which will allow students to transfer their studies after 2 years to a campus in Australia to study for another 2 years and complete an undergraduate degree in Business Analytics. After successfully completion, students will be awarded a Bachelor of Business Administration from JGU and a Bachelor of

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