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PORTFOLIO OF PROGRAMS Jake Cohen Senior Associate Dean, Degree Programs Senior Lecturer, Accounting and Law
ONGOING FOCUS 1 Build and strengthen each program and activity to reach its highest potential. 2 Identify and capture the synergy value from our portfolio-of-programs strategy. 3 Collaborate across MIT to capitalize on and contribute to the Institute’s distinctive intellectual excellence and global impact. 4 Communicate our unique value proposition to stakeholders.
PORTFOLIO OF PROGRAMS AREAS OF EXCELLENCE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT FINANCE FINANCE ANALYTICS ANALYTICS Average Age EMBA & SFMBA 40 MBA / LGO 27 . Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Technology GRADUATE MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS 23 MAJOR & MINOR MAJOR & MINOR 20 Sloan Certificates: Open to all MIT students Healthcare Sustainability Analytics . MAJOR & MINOR . UNDERGRADUATE MASTER OF FINANCE
MASTER OF BUSINESS ANALYTICS
15-2 BUSINESS ANALYTICS MAJOR Required Subjects: Restricted Electives: Communicating with Data Students take five subjects from an approved list of subjects with analytics content or analytics focused. Examples include: Computer Programming Organizational Processes Optimization Probability Statistics Game Theory for Strategic Advantage Metrics of Managers: Big Data and Better Answers Data Mining: Finding the Data and Models that Create Value The Analytics Edge Predictive Data Analytics and Statistical Modeling Stochastic Models in Business Analysis Analytics of Finance Machine Learning Financial Engineering
BUSINESS ANALYTICS CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS To obtain the certificate students must complete the 3 Core requirements, 2 electives and 1 Action Learning class with an analytics component. PART 1: CORE REQUIREMENTS PART 2: ELECTIVES Core requirement #1: Students must take one of the following: Students must complete two courses, each from a different group listed below: The Analytics Edge Marketing: 15.819, 15.570 Analytics of Operations Management Finance: 15.450, 15.460, 15.034, 15.S13, 15.S08, 15.458, 15.459 Machine Learning Core requirement #2: Communicating with Data Core requirement #3: Analytics Proseminar Operations Management: 15.761, 15.762/63, 15.764, 15.774, 15.777, 15.778, 15.784 Operations Research/Stat:15.062, 15.068, 15.093, 15.077, 15.071 System Dynamics: 15.872 BPS: 15.304, 15.669, 15.662, 15.S14 Economics: 15.034 A thesis or Independent Study focused on analytics can also qualify as an elective. PART 3: ACTION LEARNING ELECTIVE WITH ANALYTICS CONTENT Students must take one course from the list below: Analytics Lab Operations Lab (Project with analytics focus) Healthcare Lab (Project with analytics focus) Other Action Learning courses with a project focused on analytics can qualify as well.* *For a project to qualify for the Certificate, it must involve building predictive (e.g. regression, classification models) or prescriptive (e.g. optimization, inventory models) models.