The M.S. in Human Capital Analytics and Technology (HCAT) is an accelerated, 30-credit program that can be completed online, onsite, or in a blended format. All incoming students are required to attend a one-week intensive course onsite in NYC at the start of the program. This degree is designed for emerging and mid-level professionals (three to five years or more of related experience) who have a strong interest and appreciation for the role of people analytics and technology in business strategy and planning. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to not only research, evaluate, and implement analytical methods and technology, but also to build a narrative around the data for a broad array of stakeholder audiences. Students will also acquire the analytical approaches, technology readiness, business acumen, and communication skills necessary to lead human capital analytics and technology functions.
MS in Human Capital Analytics and Technology (STEM)
HR and Data Science
The first data science-based HR degree that allows people-centric leaders to develop proficiency in both qualitative and quantitative decision-making and analysis.
Our curriculum incorporates real-world trends and technologies to effectively integrate what you learn in the classroom into the workplace.
Industry Experts in the Classroom
Faculty members are master practitioners in the field of HR Analytics, working with corporations such as Adobe, SalesForce, and IBM.
The STEM designation is assigned by the US Department of Education to programs that develop quantitative or technical competencies grounded in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) as part of a federal strategy to grow literacy, innovation, and employment in those fields.
A comprehensive seven course core curriculum will provide a thorough introduction to the human capital management and analytics discipline.
NYU SPS has partnered with several industry companies and organizations to offer qualified students the option to gain real world experience and access industry thought leadership through an internship experience for academic credit. The internship is an optional elective.
The choice of six electives, including an internship, will allow for the study and application of a broad range of applied topics in the field.
The capstone will conclude the course of study for this program. It will consist of a blend of hands-on practical application of newly acquired skills, working on a variety of projects in sponsor companies, and a research thesis summarizing the students’ evidence-based findings. NYU has partnered with several industry companies and associations to provide students with real world experience and access to industry thought leadership.
This degree is a 30-credit program consisting of a required set of core courses (7 courses, 18 credits total), student-selected elective courses (6 courses, 9 credits total), and a required capstone project (1 course, 3 credits total).
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