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Texas MSBA

Better Business Through Analytics
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Why TExas MSba

The Texas Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program focuses on statistics, programming, and predictive analysis in a business context.

Texas MSBA graduates typically have backgrounds in fields like math, computer science, and engineering. Combined with training in finance and marketing, MSBAs are excellent choices for a broad range of industries, and are leaders in harnessing the insights presented by “Big Data.”

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Get Involved with TEXAS MSBA

  • On-Campus >

    On-Campus

    On-Campus Interviewing – Post a job and interview candidates on campus at McCombs.

    Career Fair - The Undergraduate Career Expo (held each fall and spring) is open to all McCombs students. It is a great opportunity for recruiters to meet MSBA students as well as students from other programs.

    Etiquette Dinner - The MSBA Etiquette Dinner offers incoming students a chance to network with employers and become more familiar with the dos and don'ts of dining with business professionals.

    Panel Sessions – Every Friday, we invite representatives from professional firms to come to MSBA Panel Sessions. Participants talk candidly with students about their experiences with big data and how that has been used to shape strategy and solve problems within their particular industries.

    Career Workshops – Interviewing, business etiquette, resume writing, cover letters and company research are among the topics MSBA career consultants address at Career Workshops held throughout the year. As a co-presenter, you will add value by offering the employer's perspective.

    Careers Now - Interview forum and career fair (Fall & Spring semesters).

    Case Competitions - Sponsor and/or judge a challenge and watch prospective candidates in action.

    For more information about getting involved with Texas MSBA students on campus, please contact Candice Lewis.

  • Employer On-site >

    Employer On-site

    MSBA Projects – Micro-consulting projects where teams of students work on your business problems at no cost

    Internships - We encourage our students to take part in an analytics internship before joining the MSBA program. These Internships take place between the spring graduation date and the beginning of the masters program at the start of July.

    For more information on the MSBA Projects and Internships, please contact Candice Lewis.

  • Industry Council >

    Industry Council

    Industry Council members enrich student education by providing secure data, business problems, and coursework examples. Taking part in this council allows companies to participate in events with MSBA students, contribute to project work, and meet McCombs talent in a comfortable environment.

    For more information on the Industry Council, please contact Candice Lewis.

  • Virtual Recruiting >

    Virtual Recruiting

    Resume Collections – Post a job on campus and receive an electronic resume book

    Resume Books – Receive resume books tailored to your specific needs

    McCombs Job Board – Post jobs for current MBA students and all McCombs alumni

    For more information on Panel Sessions, please contact Candice Lewis.

  • Other Ways To Connect >

    Other Ways To Connect

    SXSW – Running a booth at the SXSW Trade Show; hosting a reception as a satellite event of the SXSW Startup Village and highlighting McCombs-funded startups

    Event Publicity/Marketing –Targeted marketing on-campus

    For more information on Career Workshops and co-presenting, please contact Candice Lewis.

Texas MSBA:  Better Business through Analytics

Texas MSBA — one of the newest programs at McCombs — is quickly becoming a favorite of recruiters in industries where strong quantitative and analytic skills are desirable.

Contact us today to start recruiting Texas MSBAs.


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