There’s money in making sense.
Big data has become big business. Tippie’s two-track BAIS major will position you to excel in this exciting new field.
IBM estimates that the world produced 2.5 billion gigabytes of data everyday. In 2012. That’s more than half a billion Facebook users ago. Now, everybody’s wearing a fitness tracker, and even today’s cars and refrigerators produce data. Who helps businesses figure out what to do with all that information? With Tippie’s business analytics and information systems (BAIS) major, that could be you.
By the numbers
BAIS alums employed or in grad school
Average starting salary for BAIS grads
Tracks to choose from
Two tracks to information mastery
Tippie’s BAIS major offers two tracks that let you tailor your education to your particular interests.
The business analytics track
Learn to manipulate and evaluate data to inform strategic business decisions and process improvements.
The information systems track
Learn to manage and maintain the hardware and software systems businesses use to collect, organize, and secure data.
Amazing career placement
Thanks to the quality of the Tippie BAIS program and the growing demand for data-savvy business analysts and information systems experts, our graduates have a consistently high job placement rate.
Pivot from undecided to perfect fit
When it came to selecting the right college, Helen Wagner (BBA15) couldn’t focus. She applied to a-record 17 schools. But once she got here, there was no looking back.
She picked the big-demand business analytics major, interned with a logistics company, and studied with a close network of classmates and professors.
Since graduation, her career is in high gear—and Iowa still feels like home.Read Story
Students involved in Tippie Tech gain networking opportunities through company presentations and student competitions. Tippie Tech also hosts its own career fair involving companies specifically interested in BAIS students.
Analytics students provide business solutions for real-world clients through student consulting projects.
Solve a real-world problem for a real-world client through the use of data. Develop a software application or propose a whole new process. Present the solution to the client or hand off a working prototype.