The Tulane Master of Business Analytics (MANA) Program | A. B. Freeman School of Business
Experience the Real World from the Classroom

Why Freeman?

Experience the Real World from the Classroom

Your curriculum features experiential learning opportunities and work on real projects in collaboration with corporate partners and faculty to help you: 

  • Apply computing, analytical, and economic insight from “big data” bases to manage, interpret, model, and communicate results.
  • Gain confidence in decision making that solves business challenges.
  • Graduate with proficiency in at least two computer programming and modeling languages.

Earn Your Degree and Valuable Career Capital

You will work with the same commercial software and data bases major companies use to innovate and adapt to challenges. In 10 months, you will be equipped to make a seamless transition into the workforce and choose from a multitude of career options.

  • Accounting Analytics
  • Business Analytics and Consulting
  • Energy Analytics and Modeling
  • Financial Analytics and Modeling
  • Health Care Analytics
  • Marketing Analytics and Research
  • Operations and Supply Chain Analytics
  • Organizational Analytics and Research

Note for International Applicants: The Master of Business Analytics meets the needs for STEM professionals and provides extra time for international students to remain in the United States and establish their careers.

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From left, Bill Goldring (BBA ’64), Tulane President Mike Fitts, undergraduate student representative Patrick Madden (BSM ’18), graduate student representative Kristina Crouch (LA ’13, SE ’13, MBA ’18), Freeman School Dean Ira Solomon, Board of Tulane Cha

On Friday, March 2, hundreds of guests turned out to take part in the dedication ceremony for the Goldring/Woldenberg...

Tulane PhD students Mei Wang and David Tulman present their concept for Instapath Bioptics at last year’s Tulane Business Model Competition. (Photo by Cheryl Gerber)

Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business has named the six student teams that will face off in the qualifying...

Gus De Franco was invested as Tulane University’s inaugural KPMG Professor of Accounting at a ceremony in the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex on Jan. 29. Pictured, from left to right, are John Veihmeyer, former global chairman of KPMG, De Franco, and

On Jan. 29, the Freeman community came together to recognize Gus De Franco’s investiture as KPMG Professor of Business...

Gain Support from Freeman’s Influential Network

Freeman has longstanding relationships with accounting firms, banks and financial services firms, consulting firms, energy companies, health care organizations, and trading firms. 

Demand for data analytics professionals is growing exponentially and is a current challenge for company recruiters. This creates significant opportunities for graduates who have the right skills and training.

We connect you with corporate recruiters and Freeman alumni who are searching for graduates like you to fill internships and full-time job opportunities.

We connect with corporate recruiters and Freeman alumni who are searching for graduates like you to fill internships and job opportunities.
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