Analytics at Wharton unites the School’s trail-blazing teaching, research, and industry engagement initiatives that use data to improve decision-making and generate actionable business insights.

Analytics at Wharton brings together six existing programs at the School – Customer Analytics, Penn Wharton Budget Model, People Analytics, Wharton Neuroscience, Wharton Research Data Services, and Wharton Sports Analytics and Business Initiative.  
Led by Eric T. Bradlow, Vice Dean of Analytics, the K.P Chao Professor and Professor of Marketing, Economics, Education, and Statistics, chair of Wharton’s Marketing Department, and co-founder of Wharton Customer Analytics, Analytics at Wharton will support new work in sports, data fraud, human resources, and network analytics.
Made possible by an anonymous $15 million gift, the Data Science and Business Analytics Fund will invest in new ideas and  opportunities to expand the impact of big data analytics on research, curriculum, and industry and alumni engagement.

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Our Centers

Customer Analytics

Helping companies understand how to better monetize the individual-level customer data through the development and application of new predictive models.

Penn Wharton Budget Model

Enabling the public to access transparent, non-partisan, and research-based analysis of the fiscal impact of U.S. public policy and legislation.

People Analytics

Advancing the practice of people analytics and evidence-based management to help individuals and organizations
thrive.

Wharton Neuroscience

Exploring neuroscience for precision in marketing and finance, identification of talent, enhancement of performance, and advancement of human potential.

Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS)

Leading business intelligence, data analytics, and research platform for global institutions, enabling thought leadership, historical analysis, and insight.

Wharton Sports Analytics and Business Initiative

Applying data-driven decision-making to find new understanding of the evolving sports business industry.

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“I see analytics as being directly in Wharton’s historical quantitative sweet spot but expanding it in different industries where the data now exists.”

Prof. Eric T. Bradlow, Vice Dean of Analytics, Chairperson of the Marketing Department, The K.P. Chao Professor; Professor of Marketing

Event Notice

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and University of Pennsylvania event restrictions, all in-person Analytics events have been cancelled through Spring 2020. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We hope you remain safe and healthy, and we look forward to communicating with you about future events soon.

For more information on how the University of Pennsylvania is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, visit the Penn Coronavirus website.

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Learn analytics from Wharton experts through online and executive courses.

Wharton Executive Education programming has been canceled through Friday, April 24. We are committed to providing you with the most current information available about our executive education programming. Please check back frequently for updates on the status of future programs.

Business Analytics Specialization

Self-paced online professional specialization program. Each program can also be taken individually.
Customer Analytics, Operations Analytics, People Analytics, Accounting Analytics

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