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College Selection for MSc in Marketing analytics

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Greetings everyone,

I am planning to do MSc in Marketing analytics from USA, and need help in selecting the best college. Kindly guide me about colleges which provide STEM eligible MSc in Marketing analytics, attract top companies, have the best ROI and a good placement percentage. It would also be a great help if someone could enlighten me on the experience and opportunities Robert H Smith School of Business and Simon school of Business provide in their MSc in Marketing analytics programs.

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Hey Rohan,

University of Maryland ( Robert H Smith School of Business) enjoys a prestigious reputation in USA, and this reflects on its corporate network and subsequently the placements as well.
A pretty selective program, can be considered as a dream school.
It is a good option to pursue a career in consulting and core analytics.

Simon school of business is a pretty good as well, though brand-wise it is below Maryland, falls more into the competitive category.
Its proximity to New York, which is a finance and marketing hub is an added leverage. The curriculum and job profiles are inclined towards project management, sales and marketing research so if these fields interest you, this program is a good fit.

Here are a few more STEM certified MSc Marketing Analytics programs:

Columbia Business School’s MS in Marketing Science ( Dream)
Bentley University's Masters in Analytics (Safe)
University of Pittsburgh -MS in Marketing Science and Business Analytics ( Competitive)

In case you want to broaden your options into business analytics as well, you can check out Purdue’ MS Marketing program.

So, ROI wise these can be some options you can explore, but do note that the curriculums will vary so go for the one that is more inclined towards the field that you want to work in the future.

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