Embedding an MSBA program in one of the top business schools in the world enables us to graduate professionals who can perform powerful analytics and understand business context — so they can convincingly communicate the data story to the non-tech business leaders who rely on their insights.
Our graduates assume leadership roles in almost every imaginable industry, from startups to the largest multinational corporations.
Tech: Internet / Social Media
E-commerce / Retail / Consumer Products
Entertainment / Gaming / Sports
Finance / Fintech / Insurance
Healthcare / Bio-tech / Pharma
Tech: Hardware / Software / Networks
Full-Time and Internship Roles
The most common roles UCLA Anderson MSBA students accept, with levels of seniority (e.g. “Senior” or “Manager” titles) based on prior experience, are:
Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Business Analyst, Product Analyst, Business Intelligence Analyst, Product Manager, Data Engineer, Analytics Consultant
- Machine Learning Engineer
- Customer Analyst
- Marketing Analyst
- Operations Analyst
- Decisions Analyst
- Risk / Credit / Fraud Analyst
- Strategy Analyst
- Innovation Manager
- Audience Data Analyst
- Growth Analyst
- Loss Forecasting Analyst
- People Analyst
- Predictive Analytics Specialist
- Research Analyst
- Process Intelligence Consultant
- Supply Chain Analyst
All MSBA students who have sought full-time roles have landed within six months of graduation.
All MSBA students to date have secured summer analytics internships.
$123,572 – Average Full-Time Salary, Class of 2022
$22,510 – Average Signing Bonus*, Class of 2022
*48% reported receiving signing bonus
Many factors contribute to successful outcomes, including the extensive efforts Career Services makes to prepare you for and connect you with the marketplace. Ultimately, student effort and market conditions play the largest roles in determining job search success.
UCLA Anderson MSBA does not guarantee placement in the United States or elsewhere.
The Business School Difference
UCLA Anderson’s MSBA teaches data scientists how to communicate the data story