• Apply Today: 4+1 Analytics Track Program

    As you continue your education at UConn, we wanted to let you know that it is never too early to start thinking about your future at UConn and beyond, including pursuing an advanced degree.

    The Masters in Business Analytics and Project Management (MSBAPM) program combines two in-demand skill sets with a business focus and prepares students to launch their careers in the digital age and enter the job market with valuable experience and expertise.  With the 4+1 Analytics Track program available to students like you, you can get a jump start your Graduate studies while completing your undergraduate degree.

    What is the 4+1 Analytics Track Program?

    The 4+1 Analytics Track program provides students the opportunity to take a minimum of two Graduate Level OPIM courses included with their tuition as an undergraduate student.  With acceptance in the 4+1 Analytics track and successful completion of these two required courses with a 3.0+ GPA, students will be guaranteed admission to the MS in Business Analytics and Project Management graduate program with a reduced plan of study after graduation, providing both time and financial benefits.

    Take a look at the video above to learn more about the benefits of the 4+1 Analytics Track and how it can help you kick-start your journey with Business Analytics and Project Management now!

    Like what you see?  There is still time to apply for the Spring 2022 semester!


    Application deadlines:

    Spring ’22: September 28th | Fall '22: June 28th

    *Applicants will receive a decision notification within 2 weeks following the application deadline.


    Are you a Graduating Senior?

    There’s still time to apply to the MS in Business Analytics Program! Start your application here!

    Join an upcoming information session or email to make an appointment to speak with one of our MSBAPM advisors and learn more.

    For more information, contact: Lynsi (Jennings) Vaitukaitis at

If you have any questions, please contact Honors Programming and Events at 860-486-1616.