Master of Decision Analytics (8634)
The MDA is designed for postgraduate scholars with an undergraduate qualification and/or extensive professional experience who wish to develop a high level understanding of the principles and practices of decision analytics and to strengthen their skills in this area. The Decision Analytics program aims to allow students to develop a high level of understanding of the principles and practices of qualitative and quantitative decision making tools for analysing complex operations environments and making appropriate decisions within that environment.
Further details for the program are listed below. If you require any more information about this program, or are currently in a Masters program and would like to enquire if you are eligible to transfer into this program, please contact:
Students undertaking the MDA are required to take 8 coursework courses (48 UOC). Students must complete four core courses (24 UOC) and four elective courses (24 UOC) including a 12UoC research project.
Students may, with the approval of the Postgraduate Coordinator, take up to two courses (12 UOC) from other coursework programs.
Students can take a 12 UOC research project in one semester or across the two semesters.
Note: Enrolment in the project is available to Masters students who obtain a high credit average or better in four core courses and is subject to approval by the Program Authority.
*Please Note: Program rules are subject to change, students need to follow the program rules set out in the UNSW Handbook of the year they were admitted into the program.
|Core||Semester 1 - 2021||Semester 2 - 2021|
|Evidence-based Decision Making||Distance Mode||Not Offered|
|Capability Option Analysis||Not Offered||
|Decision Making Analytics||Not Offered||Distance Mode|
|Simulation||Not Offered||Distance Mode|