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Business Analytics

The major in Business Analytics is designed to provide students with the analytical skills necessary to mine, analyze, manipulate, interpret, and present complex data for business decision making. 

Students will develop both quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills while helping them learn how to apply those skills to statistical and data visualization tools to solve various business problems. 

Top Reasons

High Demand and High Salaries

Businesses are increasingly relying on data-driven decision-making processes, creating a high demand for professionals who can analyze data effectively. Careers in business analytics come with competitive salaries and opportunities for advancement.


Whether you’re interested in market research, supply chain management, or financial analysis, a degree in business analytics will provide a solid foundation of analytic skills that can be used across industries.

STEM Designation

FSC’s STEM designation reflects the program’s commitment and alignment with industry demands for professionals skilled in data analysis, critical thinking, problem solving, and innovation.

Engaged Learning

Renowned faculty guide students in group projects, analyzing industry data sets, building skills with technology programs, and creating strategic business plans.
Peter V. Bias, Ph.D.

Featured Faculty

Peter Bias

An educated person knows more than bullet points. I try to get students to understand how and why particular things occur in economics or statistics. I start with a very extensive grounding in the principles and work up from there.

Clubs And More

Many extracurricular organizations are associated with the business administration program, including Delta Sigma Pi (the professional business fraternity), the Real Estate Cluband the Dean’s Advisory Council.

Program Details




Admission Requirements


All freshman applicants to Florida Southern Colleges full-time degree programs must submit the following information:


Applying to Florida Southern as a transfer student is easy.

If transferring less than 24 credits, we also need your:

  • Official high school transcript
  • SAT and/or ACT scores

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Program Contact

Peter V. Bias Peter V. Bias, Ph.D.

Professor of Business and Economics

William F. Chatlos Professorship in Business and Economics

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