The University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business in Charlottesville is offering a new fulltime dual degree program, a master of business administration/master of science in data science. The MBA/MSDS program is offered in collaboration with the school’s Data Science Institute.
This fall, the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto in Ontario will launch a nine-month master of management analytics (MMA) program that will expose students to the latest developments in big data, machine learning, cybersecurity, and deep learning. Students also will have access to Rotman’s Self-Development Lab to develop critical communication and interpersonal skills that will allow them to interpret, organize, and clearly present big data.
This September, the London School of Economics and Political Science will launch the executive MSc in social business and entrepreneurship, which is designed to put social purpose at the heart of executive business education. Created by the school’s Marshall Institute and Department of Management, the program focuses on the “triple bottom line” of profit, social impact, and environmental sustainability.
Pforzheim University’s Business School in Germany is offering a new bachelor’s degree program in digital enterprise management, which will teach students to design and implement IT solutions in an international digital business world.
The Jack Welch College of Business at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, plans to establish a bachelor’s degree in hospitality, resort, and tourism management. Students in the program can choose from hotel, resort, and club management; tourism management; and revenue, pricing, and data analytics management.