The Catholic University of America

Master of Science in Business Analysis Graduates Work for Top Companies

Our recent graduates are working at the outstanding companies listed below.

AdEase logo   MemoryBlue logo
Aegis Media, PLC logo   NetApp logo
Amtrak logo   Netuitive logo
Blaze Radio
Network
logo   OPUSfidelis logo 
BMW
of North America
logo   Peace Corps logo 
Booze Allen Hamilton
Consulting
logo   Penton Media logo 
Congressman
Jeff Fortenberry
logo     Ryan Sharkey CPA
& Consultants
logo 
DCI Group logo    San Miguel School logo 
DDB logo    Science Applications
International Corp.
logo 
DDB Colombia logo    Six Intel   logo
Department of
the Interior
 logo   Stein and McEwen
Law Firm
logo 
DialAmerica logo    TaylorMade Golf logo 
Dulles Motorcars logo    Technical Resources
International
logo 
Enterprise LLC logo    The Advisory Board logo 
George Washington
University
logo    The Catholic University
of America
logo 
Ideeli logo    The Corporate
Executive Board
logo 
Infinitive logo    The Snow Companies logo 
Interbrand logo    Trees for the Future logo 
Keel Companies  logo   TrendPo logo 
Leadaloft  logo   USDS Inc logo 
Liquidity Services, Inc. logo    USIS logo 
Mercury Radio Arts logo    US Inspect logo 
      Whiting Turner Construction logo 


 

The Master of Science in Business Analysis program has been developing partnerships with local companies to help our students. Through our team field study students work to solve a real world business problem under the guidance of a sponsoring company, each team develops solutions to the problem, and presents their final recommendation to faculty and representatives from the sponsoring company.  We have engaged the following organizations in Field Team Studies:

Microsoft logo   Arlington Diocese
School Board
logo
Washington, D.C.
Government
logo   Havard Leadership
Institute
logo

 
 

Guest lecturers and panelists have also helped in giving students a unique knowledge and experience. Through these partnerships we have found internships for students to compliment class study as well as helped graduates with job opportunities.

Catholic University business and economics graduates have traditionally been highly sought after for their educational credentials, strong work ethic and integrity. The Greater Washington D.C. area, including Northern Virginia and parts of Maryland, provides a vibrant and growing job market. The Greater Washington Initiative, a regional development organization, offers information about economic and employment opportunities in the area. More than two dozen Fortune 500 Companies and fifty of the top Inc 500 are headquartered in the area.  
In the 1990's, The Dulles Corridor between the Washington Beltway and the Dulles airport was dubbed the Silicon Valley of the East as a result of the number of high tech and Internet companies that chose to locate in that area.  While that sector has been through a down cycle, it is re-emerging in a more sustainable fashion.
 
Recently, Northrup Grumman announced its plans to move its headquarters from California to Northern Virginia.  Northern Virginia also hosts the worldwide headquarters of Exxonmobil's downstream business.