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Five decades ago, Terry broke new academic ground when it introduced the Department of Management Information Systems. Today the concepts pioneered by these faculty members are used in every discipline, and students must be fluent in analytics to succeed in today’s data-driven environment.

Terry is expanding analytics curriculum and experiential opportunities across the college, including in the departments of Finance and Economics, as well as our industry-leading Master of Marketing Research (MMR) and Master of Science in Business Analytics.

We also continue supporting groundbreaking research in the areas of data and analytics. Our efforts ensure Terry students and faculty can analyze, interpret and disseminate knowledge in an ever-evolving world.

Analytics in Action

Society for Management Information Systems

This student organization cultivates relationships among students, faculty and industry representatives in the field of computing and information systems.

Women in Technology

Women in Tech seeks to improve the educational, social and cultural standards surrounding the underrepresentation of women in technological fields.

Student Managed Investment Fund

This group allows students to actively learn and manage an equity portfolio of over $2.8 million in a hands-on environment.

Altria Executive Seminar Series

Marketing research practitioners take time to visit the UGA campus and share insights with MMR students.

Terry Student Researchers

This student organization focuses on research on issues affecting the UGA campus and the Athens community through semester-long research projects.

Area of Emphasis Business Analytics

Through the Area of Emphasis (AoE) in Business Analytics, students self-select into a set of well-defined analytic-based courses, serving as a signal to employers that Terry students learned the foundational analytic skills. 


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