Credits required
180 Oregon State University is on a quarter-term system. There are four quarters each year and classes are 11 weeks long. This program's 180 quarter credits are equal to 120 semester credits.
Cost per credit
$330 Cost per credit is calculated using tuition per credit for the current academic year. It does not include associated fees, course materials, textbook expenses, and other expenses related to courses.
100% online You can complete all courses in this program 100% online. View the curriculum.
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B.S. in Business Analytics – Online


The coursework in Oregon State’s business analytics online bachelor’s program will equip you with expertise in three main areas:

  • Technical competency: Integrate various information technologies and demonstrate proficiency with several data analytic tools.
  • Organizational competency: Identify opportunities, needs and constraints for data analytics within organizational contexts.
  • Management competency: Think critically about the business implications of observed data patterns and analytics inferences.

To earn a bachelor's degree in business analytics online from OSU Ecampus, you must complete your baccalaureate core requirements, lower-division core requirements and College of Business courses within this program.

A total of 180 quarter credits are required to graduate, including 60 upper-division credits. Complete degree requirement information about the business analytics program is available on Oregon State's academic catalog.


These two options integrate data science with business disciplines and enable you to focus your studies in a particular area of interest. You'll select from one of the following two options in this program:

Digital marketing analytics

Learn to apply sophisticated methods to analyze Big Data and solve marketing problems like consumer analysis, customer segmentation and micro-targeting. This option will help you develop analytical skills associated with customer relationship management (CRM) systems, the web, social media and marketing. A total of 24 credits make up the digital marketing analytics option.

Market research and consumer analytics

Learn to collect and analyze data to study market conditions and help businesses promote their services and products. By pursuing this option, you’ll gather and interpret data on consumer demographics, needs, preferences and buying habits by using statistical techniques and software. A total of 24 credits make up the market research and consumer analytics option.

Transfer credits

Some degree requirements may be transferred from other institutions. Please note that a minimum of 45 credits of the last 75 credits in this degree program must be completed at Oregon State (online or on campus) to meet the academic residency requirement.

Previously earned credits must be reviewed upon admittance to OSU for appropriate articulation. Find more information about transferring credits using the Office of Admissions’ single-course search tool.

Add a minor

As an OSU Ecampus student, you'll have the ability to add a minor to your bachelor's degree program. Oregon State offers a diverse selection of minors online. Combine business analytics and a computer science minor or business analytics plus a health management and policy minor to create an even more powerful résumé fit for today's job market.


Notice: Oregon State University students may now take part in internships anywhere in the United States. Read more about Ecampus’ authorization to operate in your state.

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