Mays Business School’s Master of Science in Analytics program was recognized as a Bronze winner for the category of the best online program for being innovative and fostering engagement and connectedness in a virtual setting at the QS Reimagine Education Awards – the ‘Oscars’ of Education. Over 1,200 nominations from institutions and organizations around the world competed at this conference, held online in Cairo, Egypt, and at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
“We are humbled and excited about the recognition,” said Myra Gonzalez, Program Director. “Learning about the many innovative programs around the world, and earning a Bronze award is an affirmation of the model we use for our program and our initiatives for student engagement.”
The following highlights of the program leading to this award include:
• A unique educational technology model designed for hybrid learning environments and enhanced learning engagement and student discussion/interaction.
• A highly diverse student body, with enrollment of 14% Hispanic students, 12% African American students, and 16% Asian students.
• High levels of program retention/graduation (85% for the most recent graduating class)
• Positive program outcomes, with 91% of our graduates reporting a promotion and 59% reporting a salary increase of more than $35,000 per year since graduation.
Texas A&M’s Master of Science in Analytics Program would like to recognize and celebrate our students, faculty, and Mays Business School leadership for their significant contributions that made this recognition possible.
To request information about the Master of Science in Analytics Program, please contact Javier Aldape, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.