Career Counseling and Advising

The MS in Business Analytics & Project Management (MSBAPM) Program offers the benefit of career counselors embedded within the program staff.  Focused on the business analytics and project management industries, they are able to exclusively support the career advancement needs of MSBAPM students.

Reach Your Career Goals


Meet Your MSBAPM Career Counselors

Paul Gagnon UConn Business Analytics and Project Management Career Counselor

Paul Gagnon
(he/him/his)
Career Counselor
MS in Business Analytics and Project Management
paul.gagnon@uconn.edu

Masako Hashimoto UConn Business Analytics and Project Management Career Counselor

Masako Hashimoto
(she/her/hers)
Career Counselor
MS in Business Analytics and Project Management
masako.hashimoto@uconn.edu


Personalized 1:1 Career Coaching

MSBAPM students are able to schedule appointments with career staff year-round, in both Hartford and Stamford, to discuss every aspect of the hiring process; including, but certainly not limited to: internship and full-time job searches, interviewing, professional communications, cover letter and resume development, salary negotiation strategy, effective networking, and more.

Career staff also regularly plan information sessions, networking events, on-campus employer interviews, and other engaging events for MSBAPM students to develop strong connections with industry professionals.

Current Students - Schedule an Appointment

Students can schedule appointments with the MSBAPM career team via nexus.uconn.edu

Complimentary 30-Minute Career Session

For a limited time, we're offering prospective students the opportunity to discuss their own career trajectory with our career team. Take advantage of this offer and learn first-hand how a master's degree in business analytics and project management may help you achieve your career goals.


Career Outlook for Business Analytics and Project Management Professionals

Job openings in the fields of business analytics and project management expanded dramatically over the past decade, and that trend is forecast to continue through 2029.
-U.S. Department of Labor

Graph trending upwards business analytics job growth

Data Scientists and Business Intelligence Analysts

  • Projected growth rate: 8% per annum through 2029.
  • These roles command a very strong base salary averaging at $98,230 per annum with greater levels for those with more experience.

project management job growth

Project Manager Specialist

  • Projected growth rate: 5–7% per annum through 2029.
  • These roles command a strong base salary averaging at $77,420 per annum with greater levels for those with more experience/credentials.


MSBAPM Alumni Network

UConn MS in Business Analytics and Project Management alumni hold data science, business intelligence, project manager, and many other positions at some of the world’s largest, well-known companies like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Unilever, McKinsey, and CVS Health/Aetna, among others.

Students have the opportunity to interact with our alumni through lectures, networking events, panel discussions and more. As a graduate of the MSBAPM program, you'll not only be part of the MSBAPM alumni network, but you'll join over 45,000 UConn School of Business alumni spread across the globe.

Visit the UConn School of Business Office of Alumni Relations to get involved.

Internship and full-time job searches

Interviewing

Professional communications

Cover letter and resume development

Salary negotiation strategy

Networking effectively – and more