Welcome Berkeley Master of Analytics Class of 2023!
Welcome from the Chair of UC Berkeley’s Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department Alper Atamturk
Congratulations and welcome to Berkeley Analytics! Our admissions committee has enthusiastically recommended you for admission for Fall 2022 to UC Berkeley’s Master of Analytics degree program. We are impressed with your academic accomplishments and strong interest in changing the world for the better with analytics.
At Berkeley Analytics, you will find a welcoming community of faculty, students, and staff to guide you through your studies. In addition, as a UC Berkeley alum, you will join a lifelong network supporting your career journey beyond graduation. We are glad to welcome you to the UC Berkeley community and hope you will join us.
This new admit website provides the resources to help you navigate the next steps. Please take the time to read through the vital information here. Secure your spot by Friday, April 15, 2022. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our staff is here to answer your questions and offer advice.
- Course Enrollment begins (CalCentral): starting July 15, 2022
- Python for Analytics Boot Camp (First offering): July 25-Aug 5, 2022
- Python for Analytics Boot Camp (Second offering): Aug 8-19, 2022
- BIO Orientation: August 18, 2022
- [MANDATORY] Program Orientation: August 19, 2022
- Program begins: August 24, 2022
- Program Ends: August 11, 2023
Please plan to be available to attend the MANDATORY Master of Analytics orientation on August 19, 2022. We are planning an in-person event featuring cohort-building activities and informational programming throughout the afternoon. The event will be followed by an OPTIONAL socializing happy hour event at a nearby off-campus location.
Access On-Demand Virtual Visit Day Webinar
On March 30, 2022, IEOR held a Virtual Visit Day. Department Chair and Professor, Alper Atamturk welcomed the admitted cohort of 2022 with information on the Master of Analytics program and answered questions.
Communications to New Students
Please note that after July 15, 2022, all further communication will be sent exclusively to your Berkeley email address. If you haven’t done so already, please log into your @berkeley.edu email account to ensure you are receiving our messages (guidance on how to claim your CalNet ID).
Miss our previous emails? No problem! All previous email communications are below for easy access.
UC Berkeley returned to primarily in-person instruction in spring 2022. The best way to access recent updates and announcements regarding future instructional plans is to regularly review the campus’ UC Berkeley Coronavirus resources website.
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement – Due Now
Upload your Covid-19 immunization records to eTang as soon as possible. Incoming students for Summer 2022 or Fall 2022 have an enrollment hold and will not be able to register for classes until the requirement is cleared. Please see the COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement page for more information.
You should review the Mandatory Immunizations Program for all other immunization requirements and deadlines.
Why UC Berkeley IEOR?
IEOR grads figure out how to make things better.
Picture yourself at the headquarters for a large system of hospitals, where your job is to optimize their emergency rooms, to serve more patients and save valuable resources.
IEOR grads help products achieve perfection.
You might oversee the production of electric vehicles that reduce carbon emissions and create the future of autonomous fleets for urban mobility.
IEOR grads understand logistics
Imagine it’s your job to design a supply chain to efficiently distribute a vaccine to millions of people from various suppliers around the world.
IEOR grads learn the latest data science tools.
Envision a future at a leading technology company, using your skills to develop the next generation platform for artificial intelligence.
IEOR grads configure processes and systems that improve quality and productivity.
Imagine you work at a famous coffee house chain, designing the store layout so that customers can get their morning cup of coffee faster.