The application deadline for the MS in Business Analytics is April 1. However, we review and release decisions on a rolling basis. Therefore, the sooner students submit a completed application, the sooner they'll receive an admission decision. After April 1, applications are reviewed on a space available basis.

There is not a direct pathway into a TCU MBA program, but all MS Business Analytics graduates interested in pursuing a TCU MBA are welcome to apply.

Yes, a $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your seat. This deposit payment is credited towards your tuition. Details on how to submit payment will be provided post-admittance.

This is a full-time program, so most of the classes will be offered during daytime hours. Some courses may be offered during evenings, online, and in a hybrid model, especially during the pandemic.

You will take all core classes with students entering the program at the same time. Then, you’ll be able to customize your individual program with elective courses.

The program begins in the summer semester. Summer courses begin in early June in a synchronous and online format Monday through Friday mornings. Beginning in August and throughout the fall and spring semesters, classes will be held on campus and in person. The program concludes in early May when students celebrate graduation.

One year, but more specifically 11 months (June-May).

The two prerequisite requirements (foundation for statistics and Excel certification) are waived for graduates of a TCU Neeley undergraduate program. Other students who have completed Excel certification would have that requirement waived.

Please review tuition and fees for more information.

Yes. Details regarding financial aid for graduate programs can be found here: Financial Aid - Graduate Programs

There are no available scholarships for the program at this time.