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2 years

MBA program at Sejong Graduate School of Business

 

+ 16 months (or 9 months)

Graduate study online (or on-campus) at Arizona State University (ASU) W.P. Carey School of Business

Position Yourself for Success with a Sejong SAS MBA and an ASU Master’s Degree


  • - A Streamlined path to achieve a truly global experience while
      maintaining academic excellence.

    - Academic programs are seamlessly integrated to include study at
      Sejong with specialized Masters at ASU W. P. Carey School of
      Business.

    - Combine your MBA with a master’s degree from ASU W.P. Carey
      to get an exceptional business advantage across
      marketsand industries.

    - Upon successful completion of your coursework completed at
      Sejong, you will move seamlessly to the predesignated
      master’s degree – Master of Science in Business Analytics
      (optionally MS-Global Logistics, MS-Finance or MS-Management)

    - An excellent platform to prepare you to be an instant contributor to
      industry either here in Korea or in the US or to pursue doctoral
      studies in the US or anywhere in the world.

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Meet the Demand

  • Deepen your quantitative and analytical skills, and learn to derive value from data to create a business advantage across markets and industries.
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  • Be on the forefront of Big Data with a W. P. Carey Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS BA) degree. You’ll gain the critical skills and knowledge you need to advance on the analytic career ladder.
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  • - Ranked No. 3 for online graduate business programs by U.S. News & World Report
  • - 16-month online or 9-month on-campus program
  • - Combines Combines analytic depth and business acumen
  • - Prepares you to meet growing demand for data analysts
  • - Coursework is a synthesis of supply chain management and information management
  • - Depth in analytics skills and knowledge, combined with concrete experience in applied business areas
  • - Emphasis on quantitative modeling and analysis, applied statistics and performance measurement
  • - World-class faculty brings decades of real-world experience to the classroom
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  • From smart phones to social media to the emerging "Internet of Things," companies need to manage more and more complex data every day. This explosion of Big Data impacts every part of the global economy, and the demand for business analytics specialists is expected to reach 1.5 million jobs by 2018, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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  • The W. P. Carey MS BA will deepen your quantitative and analytical skills, and you’ll discover how to derive value from data, lead data-driven analyses, and create a business advantage across markets and industries
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  • Inside the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS-BA) at ASU

 Program Structure: 2 phases

  • Timeline

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  • Phase 1 (Sejong): Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4
    Phase 2 (ASU): Online
    (16 months)
    Starts January, five-week course, one course at a time
    On-campus
    (9 months)
    3rd Fall 3rd Spring
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  • [Phase 1] at Sejong

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  • - Students will complete a regular MBA program at Sejong Graduate School of Business for the first 2 years.
  • - Students will learn fundamental business concepts and build foundation for success with a comprehensive curriculum of core classes.
  • - Various elective courses will be offered to enhance student’s knowledge and understanding in specific disciplines.
  • - Given that the program focuses on business analytics, basic courses related to the topic will be offered throughout the program, especially giving students a chance to learn a popular statistical analysis solution, SAS, under the auspices of SAS Korea.
  • - Courses will be offered in English and taught by both Sejong and ASU faculty.
  • - Upon completion of the Phase 1 program, students will be awarded a SAS MBA degree.
  • - Information about the costs of the program will be provided upon request.
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  • [Phase 2] at ASU

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  • - Students who want to earn a second master’s degree at ASU will be asked to declare their intention one semester prior to the beginning of the ASU program (Considering the whole Schedule).
  • - Sejong Graduate School of Business will recommend eligible students to ASU for minimum qualification screening.
  • - Upon completion of the Phase 2 program, students will be awarded a second master’s degree from ASU.
  • - Information about the costs of the program will be provided upon request.

Curriculum

  • Curriculum of Plan of Study
    (POS for Sejong-Arizona State Double Master Program (2+1)
    [Phase 1]
    Sejong-Arizona State MBA (SAS MBA)
    [Phase 2]
    ASU W. P. Carey School of Business

    M.S. - Business Analytics (On-line)
    1st Year 2nd Year 16 Months
    16 Weeks
    (Start in
    September)
    16 Weeks
    (Start in March)
    16 Weeks
    (Start in
    September)
    16 Weeks
    (Start in March)
    Financial
    Accounting

    Marketing
    Management

    Elective 1

    Business
    Statistics
    Organizational
    Theory and
    Behavior

    Financial
    Management

    Operations and
    Supply Chain
    Management

    Basic Business
    Data Analysis
    Entrepreneurship

    Decision Modeling

    Strategic
    Leadership

    Elective 2
    Strategic
    Management

    Business
    Practicum

    Elective 3
    Introduction to Enterprise Analytics
    Introduction to Applied Analytics
    Data Mining I
    Applied Regression Models
    Data-Driven Quality Management
    Analytical Decision Modeling I
    Data Mining II
    Analytical Decision Modeling II
    Business Analytics Strategy
    Marketing Analytics
    Applied Project

    Schedule :
    • - 100% online
    • - 16 months
    • - January start
    • - Five-week courses, one at a time
    Electives (alphabetical order):
    • - Advanced Business Data Analysis
    • - Business Communication
    • - Business Ethics
    • - Business Intelligence
    • - Consumer Behavior
    • - Emerging Information Technologies
    • - International Business
    • - Managerial Accounting
    • - Managerial Economics
    • - Marketing Research
    12 Credits 12 Credits 12 Credits 9 Credits Total: 33 Credits (11 courses)
    Total: 45 Credits (15 courses)
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  • Note: The curriculum is tentative and subject to change, if necessary.