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Corporate Tax Case Helps WSB Students Build Competencies in Data Analytics and Tax Planning

March 2, 2021

The Bucky Company case, designed by WSB Associate Professor Stacie Laplante and doctoral student Mary Vernon, provides master's accounting students with real world data analytics skills in the tax planning process.

MBA students in finance and analytics lab

Growing a Graduate Portfolio Fit for the Future

October 2, 2020

When it comes to advancing one’s skills, today’s professionals have more options than ever. How do the world's top universities fit into the constantly evolving future?

WSB's Business Analytics Master's Program Celebrates Inaugural Year

May 28, 2020

Launched in the fall of 2019, WSB’s business analytics master of science degree program celebrates its inaugural year.

Students talk during the Business Analytics Industry Meetup

MSBA Students Dive Into Analytics During First Semester

December 5, 2019

WSB hosted its inaugural Business Analytics Industry Meetup recently, bringing faculty and students together with analytics leaders from companies like Microsoft, Adobe, and American Family Insurance. They discussed the evolving world of business analytics, and students presented projects from their first semester courses.

Associate Professor Dani Bauer teaches a machine learning class.

WSB Announces 8 New Courses for Business Analytics Program

February 13, 2019

The Wisconsin School of Business adds eight new courses to its curriculum through the Master of Science-Business in Operations and Technology Management: Business Analytics program.

Students walk through Grainger Hall during passing periods between classes.

New Course Introduces WSB Students to Growing Trend of People Analytics

November 20, 2018

WSB's Jirs Meuris, an assistant professor of management and human resources, will teach a new Spring 2019 course, "People Analytics."

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