Hi all, I'm considering getting a masters in Analytics at U San Francisco: https://www.usfca.edu/arts-sciences/graduate-programs/analytics i'm interested in this because i would have met all the prereqs after i finish my undergrad, and also because i live in SF. However, the program costs $45k for the one year long program, so i want to make sure it is profitable before i invest this money that i might not be able to pay back. The other option would be to get a masters in Statistics at CSU eastbay, which is self-proclaimed to have high admission rates as long as prerequisites are met. The prereqs of the program, however, basically is a whole entire statistics major, which i would have to stay a whole year in uni to complete all those prereqs (and maybe get a few classes down more to declare as double major in statistics). My question is : is a masters in "analytics" employable or even known - that is, is it a legit degree? Or do you think it's just a wishy washy name put on a wishy- washy program ? it seems "statistics" is a more common name. Which do you think it is a better choice: MS analytics or MS statistics?