University of Utah Master's degree, Business Analytics
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How did you get to where you are today? What is your story? What incidents and experiences shaped your career path?

Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
So, actually, for my story, I go to university in China for two years. Andi, it changed to ah University called Weber State University to finish my bachelor degree. I majored being economics on a county. So in that way, I understand how the data works and how this, uh cos recording their own data like accounting system. After that, I went back to China and try to start My own company was my friend. We have really amazing business idea, but one on a way of our finding Our founder. We don't have people to give us money to be best on us because we don't have enough data to convince them or enough strategy strategy to convince them to invest in us. That's why I think I need to some other skill to help me to improve my convince a ball skills like data analysis, data visualization, using data to Moonbase other people to believe in my idea are to be leaving my prediction idea. I think that my motivational he become here. Ah, basically, that's all

What are the various courses & majors in your program? Which ones are your favorites & why? Discuss your weekly time spent for classes, assignments & test-preparations.

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
Okay, So for the mustard degree for M S B A program here in university, Utah, most class are divided into two kinds of two parts. One part is data. One part is program. So for data cars, more like, uh, how you find data, which is state of mining, how you treat a track data process and how you present your data to your potential customers, like data visualization on for programs like all the programming related to data like our or cancel. So basically, all kind of classes like this on for my for my favorite, I think my favorite is all the programming computer language I will learn. Kiss, huh? After international student, it's really challenged to learn new language. It's even more challenging for me to learn a new language using a secondary elaborate. But what we got on a pass. It's really easy for me to tell computer what to do on either for me to share my sauce with others, because before when I want to share myself with others, had to understand American English culture, I had to learn how the cells in American speaking all right, all right, like this, But for computer core programming talk. It's cheap. Show me the coat. I think that is really explanatory. Um, and for the time I spent for classes, assignments most time it's like 22 full hours for one week class for assignments and another tool 1 to 2 hours for preparation, like reveal purview and for past procreation. I think as long as you follow the cast you finishing assignment, it won't take you more than half a day. You just draw a diagram and a destructor of the class on. You'll have your way about exact Hey, that's it, okay.

How does the program prepare you for your career? Think about faculty, resources, alumni, exposure & networking. What are the best parts?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
Ah, it's really not for me to find the past park. Just I think all parts up past like we have vast vacuity resources alone tonight on no working. But what I really like about our program is we have a project which is embedded in our whole problem. Project is called Capital Project in that project where we got a lot of companies where they're presenting their actual life problems to us and then we try our best to use our skills learnt in school to help them to solve the problem. I think that's a really amazing I'm looked really looking forward to do that.

What challenges did you face in the program and felt good about overcoming? Were there any concerns before joining that prove to be wrong?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
talked about before, which is learning computer programming language using a second language as all it could be really, really hard because understanding someone else using a secondary language is hard enough. But understanding someone else using some other language is rather more talent. But when I got unpacked in the class, I think all the professors are really, really good at explaining things and take you on the right track like they can show you how to do this ought to do that Stabbed past. That, I think, is really important for people, especially for me. I have no background on program. It's really helpful. And after overcoming and I think after a really good about it, and I think it's really good way from you to communicate with artists that we talked about before, Thank you.

What other majors and universities did you consider? What prompted you to pick this program over others?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
actually, um, I really liked idea off msp A So I looked all msp iq of for a man across the country. Majorly, I peek from use the Omen. Ana, what's that called? Uh, yes, you Ari Zona State University. They all have. They all have relatively good business and test programs Bad for the use of urban while, um, the class period is really sure. It's like two semester. You're granted full. So I don't think I will have enough time to, uh, pour myself into the program and learn some say it's just like two semester on Come. It doesn't feel really good about it. And also a delighted Spanish teacher in California. It's rather rather really hired on here. It's like three times, four times. Apart from that, you know, a Utah is ranked. I sent tops. Three increasing problems. Increasing states in America is growing really fast. So I believe the future is here. That's why, and for Arizona is hotter than here. And most intimate. I don't like it. Actually

What strategies helped you get into this program? What exams and kind of scores are needed? What things did you highlight in your application package or interview?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
I think it's not really hard for someone who really want to get into this program. If you don't have a lot of experience. As long as you have a relatively higher scores, I'll be fine, I think for demand district more than 2 650 it's fine on for me. I tried to have my tp a really high during my bachelor degree. I got 3.9. Want tp A. So I'm pretty ah, confident about it. I'm getting out. I got you on the program. Um, what kind of scores and where do you hide it? So during my application, while I really liked is, uh you have to write an asset on how you understanding the program, How you think the future of the program it's gonna be. So this actually pushes student potential suited to sink on what he's gonna really get after the program Unless, oh, are. If they don't do this, we're gonna waste their money doing something. They actually have no idea. Dressings. Thank you.

What is the approximate cost per semester that you pay? What various fundings, scholarships, and part-time jobs students typically get, and how?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
I'm listening. Uh, I got a scholarship from university. It's like $19,000 around $19,000. Yes, around. So for a person myself around, uh, $9000 my phone dies as long as you I saw as you are really good student, you have good. You can have other good working spirits or good score. They can give you in state student judicious, which is like a way cheaper than l State State student fusions on the way to apply for that families for the easy. He's just write an article about, um, given topic. Mostly, topics is similar to the one you need to write for application for the entering the program. And for most part time job students here gats my friends and my peers. A lot of them got ta, which is for teaching system, or some of them got research assistant assistance, which is helping professors are doing research, which is asking to really good and helpful how here to learn. And you also got traded on scholarship for that. It's like 2000 time 100 scholarship person Mr is pretty good. Thank you

What kind of jobs, companies and salaries students typically get after they graduate from your program?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
just out. You can tell from our class is scheduled. We have programming, programming classes and data unless analysis for us. So most time our students are cat team, uh, Data Analytics, our data scientist job. It's the job title varies from different companies. But from my point to you, when I talk about to our alarm and I think they're doing pretty well, they're, uh, every really Sara. Salaries ranging from $67 to $97 a year. So pretty good. So basically, first year, you can get occasion and Oriole expended your cost back.or that I want to get a certificate for the ham adobe the along. Have a certificate for data analysis. I want to get now. What? During my studies here. Thank you.

What are some future career path(s) for you? What skills, certificates, or experiences do you plan on acquiring?

Based on experience at: Master's degree, Business Analytics, University of Utah
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
Yeah, Andi Also, I want to jump back to our previous presser White with Utah because you don't have a lot of Major Tak Tak companies trying to move their headquarters all their operation Sanders here because California is too expensive on this is, like, really good. Wait for us to find a job. So I want to find a job in Adobe. They have really good job for data on a scientist and

How did the program prepare you for your career? Think about faculty, resources, alumni, exposure & networking. What were the best parts?

Based on experience at: Bachelor's degree, Accounting and Economics , Weber State University
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
Oh, full Weber State University. I think that, uh, that that university actually helped me get involved and get being to American culture. I know the turkey's incense giving the turkeys in Christmas the turkeys every time we have a policy on guy. I talked to them. I got get involved into community, and I participate all kinds of the bets. I think that's really helpful for someone to better understanding American culture and how American competence recruiting there, potential employees you.

What challenges did you face in the program and felt good about overcoming? Were there any concerns before joining that prove to be wrong?

Based on experience at: Bachelor's degree, Accounting and Economics , Weber State University
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
some previous questions. Just This is a River State University is my first year in on foreign country. I have no idea how people here were hoping Book. All the people here denies that the lab or I've no idea. Uh, but going thio rivers the university and talk to the roommate here they're at fac ut there. Help me what? And after overcoming it, I think it's really good. Another challenging is have to cook myself. So about the the good thing about learning on cooking, hearing maracas you color in Chinese food and you color how to cook a stick to admire? I think so.

What other majors and universities did you consider? What prompted you to pick this program over others?

Based on experience at: Bachelor's degree, Accounting and Economics , Weber State University
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
with the university. It's like this one. I don't have a lot of truth. My, uh this is a programming like related toe. My Chinese universities called Shanghai Normal University. They have a really good program called two Plus two. When you have two year in China to be America got true applause, so that's my interest.

How did the program prepare you for your career? Think about faculty, resources, alumni, exposure & networking. What were the best parts?

Based on experience at: Bachelor's degree, Financial management, Shanghai Normal University
Summarized By: Jeff Musk on Sat Sep 14 2019
years of it. Okay. For the Shanghai. No more university eyes, like five years ago. Yeah, I think that time when I'm in the face of transforming my idea from a high school student to a college student, the high school student you just the professor's that gave you the job. You finished the job to give you the material, finish the material. And for Shanghai Normal University it actually gave me a way to transform from sinking like student to sinking that people in society and social people eso in heating there. I joined the student council and help host different events in that experience. Health Week in a lot of social experience And I know how I knows on that develop my own way to communicate with other people. I think that's really helpful. Hey,