In its first-ever ranking of undergraduate Business Analytics programs, U.S. News & World Report ranked Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business undergraduate Business Analytics program #3 for Business Analytics (all universities) and #1 for Business Analytics (public universities) in the U.S. Earlier this year, Scheller’s MBA-BA program was likewise ranked #1 for public universities and #3 for all universities.
“We are honored by this recognition of our undergraduate business analytics programs,” said Dr. Sridhar Narasimhan Gregory J. Owens Professor of IT Management and Faculty Co-Director of the Business Analytics Center. “It is a strong validation of the technical, data-driven education found here at Georgia Tech.”
Rankings are based on peer assessment surveys from accredited colleges and universities. Georgia Tech’s business analytics program ranks just behind MIT (#1) and Carnegie Mellon (#2). Read the full list of schools here.
"From our involvement with global industry leaders to our world-class faculty and highly recruited students to our talented alumni taking leadership roles in the business world, it is truly an exciting time to be a part of business analytics at Scheller,” said Keith Werle, Managing Director of the Business Analytics Center. “It is easy to see why student interest in business analytics and other quantitative business specialties continues to grow at a very fast pace.”
Additional Scheller undergraduate programs listed in the top five include management information systems at #3 and quantitative analysis at #4. For the first time ever, Scheller College of Business broke into the Top 20, climbing three spots to # 19 overall.