Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence

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Introduction to Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence

Study cutting-edge analytics using real-world data from industry partners in the STEM-eligible Master of Business Analytics and Intelligence program at Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. 

Through hands-on class projects, organized city treks across the country, interactions with world-class faculty with extensive industry experience and more, you’ll be immediately put on the path to succeed upon graduation.

You can earn your STEM-eligible degree in 16 months, digging deeper into topics such as: 

  • Data mining and visualization,
  • Python programming, 
  • Probability and statistics, 
  • Predictive modeling, and
  • Machine learning


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Why Study Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence?



At Case Western Reserve, you’ll study at one of the nation’s leading research universities—in one of the country’s most culturally robust neighbourhoods. You’ll live and learn in a city known for industry and healthcare innovation, where nearly 40% of Fortune 500 companies are represented. You’ll learn breakthrough business concepts from the people who wrote the book on them.

Plus, you’ll:

  • Learn more than just the core skills of business management,
  • Discover yourself better as a person and as a leader, and
  • Build the skills you need to reach beyond problem-solving to solution innovation.

Program Costs + Living Expenses : Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence


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Costs indicated are for the 2023-24 school year.

Tuition Details

  • Tuition (36 credits): $57,492
  • Tuition per credit hour: $1,597 per credit hour

Additional Fees

  • Living expenses: $14,000 per year
    • Spouse: $6,000 per year
    • Dependent: $4,000 per child
  • Student Medical Plan*: $3,530
  • Management student fee: $250
  • One to One Fitness Membership**: $310
  • Graduate Student Council Fee: $30
  • RTA transportation fee: $130

Disclaimers: The outlined tuition details and additional fees assume the student is completing the program as outlined in their curriculum plan. Tuition is subject to change in future academic years and upon approval of the Board of Trustees.

Employment Prospects : Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence


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    Most Sought-after Jobs

Analytics – $79K

Data Scientist – $120K

Entry Level Data Analyst – $70K

Data Analyst Intern – $68K

The rise of big data has led to a boom in business analytics careers and a growing number of people seeking a master’s in business analytics. According to IBM, the number of jobs for data professionals in the U.S has increased to 2,720,000. The demand for business analytics professionals is substantial. At the same time, there is a huge deficit in the number of qualified applicants to fill the rise in analytics positions. 

Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University aims to meet this need through our Master of Business Analytics and Intelligence program.

Eligibility Criteria for Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence

To be eligible to apply for this program, you must have earned (or currently be earning) an equivalent of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. institution. 

The program seeks students who demonstrate a strong mathematical background and aptitude through prior coursework and training. At minimum, you are required to take courses at the college level (including transferred AP credits) in integral and differential calculus.

Additionally, a course in linear algebra at the college level is required; however, you may be admitted without this course. In such cases, you’ll be required to successfully complete a one-credit preparatory course offered at the beginning of the first semester. A course in statistics is also strongly preferred.

Documents required : Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence

  • Current Resume- is required before your application can be submitted. The resume should include all work experience, including part-time work, internships and co-op employment. We understand that you may have new experiences that you may want to add to your resume after your application is submitted; however, your resume cannot be updated after you select “Submit.” It is recommended that resumes be kept to 1-2 pages.
  • Transcripts-The Weatherhead Master of Business Analytics and Intelligence program does not require official transcripts for application review purposes; unofficial transcripts are accepted for completion of an application. Applicants should upload transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended, where six or more credit hours have been earned, in the “Academic History” section of the online application in reverse-chronological order, beginning with the most recent/highest earned degree. Final official transcripts will be required if an offer of admission is extended and the applicant chooses to enroll in the program. Your  transcripts must also state your cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) or total average score on any numeric scale and include the grading scale.
  • Recommendations- As part of submitting your application, you’ll be required to enter the names, relationship and contact information of two recommenders. Your recommenders will automatically receive an email from Weatherhead School of Management ([email protected]) with a link to the recommendation portal and details on how to complete their recommendation. We reserve the right to contact your recommenders directly if we need more information about you as a candidate for this program.

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Application Essays - Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence

To help us better understand you as a candidate- beyond your transcripts, recommendation letters and resume- you’ll have the opportunity to share your lived experiences through video essays and a vision statement. A link will be emailed after your application is submitted and application fee is fulfilled.

Scholarships Available : Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence


Scholarships and graduate assistantships are based on the strength of your academic and personal credentials and are not need-based. Additional materials beyond the standard application are not required, and you are not required to apply separately for a scholarship or graduate assistantship.

Rather, you’ll automatically be considered for a scholarship and graduate assistantship as part of the admission process. If selected for a merit-based scholarship or graduate assistantship, you’ll be informed in your admission letter. Candidates are encouraged to apply early for maximum scholarship availability.

Learn about scholarships offered to our full-time graduate students.

***These scholarships and assistantships do not pertain to the Executive MBA or Cleveland Clinic—Weatherhead Executive MBA programs. Scholarships for these programs can be found on their individual academic pages. 

Courses Offered

Year One

Fall Semester (13.5 Credit Hours)

Spring Semester (13.5 Credit Hours)

Year Two

Fall Semester (9 Credit Hours)

  • BUAI 411 – Operations Analytics: Deterministic (3)
  • BUAI 435 – Marketing Models and Digital Analytics (3)
  • BUAI 446 – Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Business Analytics (3)

FAQs About Case Western Business Analytics and Intelligence

Applicants are prompted to pay a non-refundable $100 fee when they submit their application. 

If your native language is not English, you must submit an English language exam. We accept the unofficial TOEFL, IELTS or PTE during the admissions review process. Test results are valid for two years from the date of the exam.

You can enter all types of work experience in the Education and Experience section as well as detailing these experiences on your CV (Resumé).

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE) exams are required for admission to the program. Applicants must submit (upload) either an unofficial or official GMAT or GRE exam in the Standardized Test Reporting section. We do not have a minimum test score requirement but please visit the class profile page to see the average test scores for the current class in this program.

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