Bucknell's business analytics major will prepare you to transform data into insights that organizations need to chart their futures. Working closely with our experienced faculty, you will grapple with real problems, ensuring that you graduate not only able to process data and develop models, but also with leadership, communication and decision-making skills employers’ value. You will also explore broader ethical issues related to data collection and analysis, graduating prepared for jobs in industries from sports to health care to marketing. Whatever career path you follow in this high-growth field, you'll be ready to serve as a steward of the information that is changing the world.
Start A Real Company, Earning Real Profits, in Your First or Second Year
Management 101 — a groundbreaking experiential course pioneered at Bucknell — empowers students to form real companies that work to benefit local charities. In it, you'll be charged with organizing your enterprise from the ground up. You'll make decisions about leadership, develop a product and sell it on behalf of clients that count on your business to support their charitable works. Management majors typically take Management 101 as first-year students or sophomores, so you'll be immersed in a challenging — some say life-altering — experience that will deepen your experience from the very start of your Bucknell education.
About the School
At Bucknell's Kenneth W. Freeman College of Management, real learning comes from real experiences. Inside and outside the classroom, we empower our students to innovate and experiment by immersing the ... Read More