MSBAPM Program Overview

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Data runs the world.

You run the projects.

UConn’s MS in Business Analytics and Project Management is designed to meet the growing demand for professionals who can harness advanced business analytics and project management skills. Apply today to get the critical skills to address existing business problems and create new opportunities for small to global enterprises in information-rich environments.

Unique Curriculum with Industry-Driven Concentrations

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Embedded Career Services

MSBAPM is one of the very few programs nation-wide with:

  • 2 embedded career coaches in Hartford and Stamford who exclusively support MSBAPM students year-round
  • Tailored programming, workshops, and alumni engagement
  • Corporate partnerships and employer engagement
  • Internship & job-search support virtually and in-person
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Student Profile

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Average student
age

630

Average GMAT

2 years

Average professional work experience

315

Average GRE

49%

Enrolled students identify as women

98

Average TOEFL

3.4

Average undergraduate GPA

7.5

Average IELTS

Locations

Hartford campus

Hartford Campus

Classes are held at UConn’s Graduate Business Learning Center (GBLC), which is located in the heart of downtown Hartford – Connecticut's capital city. The GBLC offers the latest in design, technology and comfort including fully networked classrooms, break-out rooms, technology labs and meeting spaces. With Hartford’s close proximity to Massachusetts, Rhode Island and UConn’s main campus students are exposed to experiential learning and job opportunities within booming insurance, tech start-up & healthcare industries.

 

Stamford campus

Stamford Campus

Stamford campus classes are held at the UConn Stamford campus located in lower Fairfield county, just an hour outside of New York City. The modern glass-enclosed campus features a high-tech approach to learning from desktop computer stations in the main computer lab to integrated online computer accessibility in the classrooms, laboratories and public spaces. The Stamford campus’ location provides students with access to many experiential learning and job opportunities within thriving financial services, high-tech manufacturing, product development industries.