The Master of Business Analysis program combines the subjects of information technology and business administration, focusing on assisting decision-makers in the business environment by utilizing modern technologies to analyze institution performance and forecast future trends. Along with providing creative solutions, improving the business environment, developing the operations of businesses and organizations, and providing decision-makers with the essential analytical information to assist them to make the correct decisions at the appropriate time, The program's goal is to provide students with the knowledge and abilities they will need to collect and analyze the data utilizing current technology and deliver it to decision-makers in a timely way.
The program's significance stems from the business sector's need for innovative solutions based on artificial intelligence, data mining, and machine learning techniques to elicit necessary information and provide it using cutting-edge technologies and mechanisms, all of which contribute to the development of the business environment and the achievement of institutional goals.
The program offers courses in the fields of information technology and business administration. The study plan consists of (33) credit hours divided into (24) compulsory hours and (9) elective hours. The core subjects cover critical concepts in business analysis, such as research methods, data mining methods, data engineering, and business intelligence. Elective majors are more specific to one area of analysis. In addition, it covers some advanced topics in information technology, such as big data analysis and artificial intelligence.