Big Data

As technology becomes more interconnected across functions and skills, the ability to understand and interpret technological solutions to business problems — and the leadership required to bring about those solutions — are not merely desired attributes. They are required skills for anyone in the technology space.
For four consecutive years, Arizona State University has been ranked as the most innovative school in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Now put that innovation to work for your career with the Master of Science in Information Management (MS-IM) from ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics continues to cite high demand for data scientists across a variety of industries — and recent privacy concerns and the gig economy will only add to that demand.

New research by a team of information systems and supply chain experts from the W. P. Carey School of Business shows that adding business analytics to the supply chain toolbox can make the process of evaluating supply chains easier, faster and more targeted.

A new cohort of the Online MSIM starts next week with on-campus orientation, and students in the Evening MSIM will begin August 20. When the students graduate, they will find plentiful career opportunities.