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Learn how to tell the right story, at the right time and in the right way with the William & Mary Online Master of Science in Business Analytics.
Our Online Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) places rigorous emphasis on quantitative skills, including statistics, probability and algebra, as well as business acumen. For this reason, our Online Admissions Team looks for applicants who have demonstrated strong mathematical aptitude and a history of workplace experience. While qualified applicants may come from a variety of academic backgrounds—ranging from computer science and liberal arts to business and economics—their professional and personal achievements should indicate an ability to thrive within and benefit from our robust curriculum.
To qualify for admission, applicants must have:
If you are applying to the Online MSBA but do not have at least two years of relevant professional work experience, you have two unique alternatives by which you can prove your business acumen:
Download the Online MSBA Application Checklist, and keep yourself on track during the application process.
Complete the Online Application
As part of the online application, you will be asked to submit the following:
Request Official Transcripts
W&M prefers electronic official transcripts, but we also accept hard-copy official transcripts. Electronic transcripts must be sent directly from the institution to email@example.com.
Hard-copy official transcripts should arrive in a sealed envelope with the signature of the registrar across the seal. DO NOT OPEN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS. Hard-copy official transcripts must be sent directly from your academic institution or forwarded in a sealed envelope from you to the following address:
Raymond A. Mason School of Business
William & Mary
Attn: Online MSBA Office - Erin Dunne
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA 23187
NOTE: You can upload unofficial transcripts with your application, which will suffice for the initial admissions decision; if accepted, you must submit official transcripts before the first day of class.
Submit GMAT/GRE Test Scores (or request a waiver)
Test scores can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can designate the William & Mary Raymond A. Mason School of Business as a score recipient when taking your exam by submitting the program-specific code:
Test scores are valid for five years. While waiting on official test scores, unofficial scores may be sent to expedite application review.
Qualified applicants may be eligible for a GMAT/GRE waiver. Learn more about the waiver policy, or contact an Admissions Advisor for more information. Please note that GMAT/GRE waiver requests will be considered only once a complete application has been submitted.
Schedule a Personal Admission Interview
Qualified applicants who have submitted and completed their application will be invited to schedule a personal admission interview. Interviews can be conducted on campus, via video conference or by telephone.
Pay Application Fee: $100 (or request a waiver)
The application fee may be waived for W&M undergraduates and alumni; early applicants (by priority deadline); referred applicants; high-quality applicants (academically or professionally); active duty military or veterans; volunteers who have served in humanitarian organizations such as the U.S. Peace Corps, Teach for America or AmeriCorps; and at the discretion of the Admissions Office. Contact an Admissions Advisor to discuss whether you qualify for a fee waiver.
Business analytics is a unique course of study that comes with a few specialty technical requirements. While our online learning management system requires little more than an internet connection, the Online MSBA coursework will demand specific software and hardware features, as professors will utilize a variety of academic materials in varying media formats. Before enrolling in the program, please review the Online MSBA technology requirements to ensure your computer has the functionality necessary to participate and succeed in the program.
International applicants must have a TOEFL score of at least 100 if internet-based, 250 if computer-based or 600 if paper-based, or an IELTS score of at least 7. Exemptions may be granted for applicants who have earned a degree from an accredited U.S. institution or lived and worked full-time in a predominantly English-speaking country for the past two years.
To learn more about application requirements, or if you have questions about whether the Online MSBA is the right program for you, please contact one of our Admissions Advisors at 844-234-4075, or schedule a call at a time that is convenient for you.
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