It’s business as usual in the Plaster Graduate School of Business at University of the Cumberlands – meaning the university has added even more new programs to prepare business students for success in the workforce.

The added programs include a graduate certificate program in entrepreneurship and new venture development as well as a master’s degree in business analytics. Both are offered in 100 percent online formats.

The entrepreneurship and new venture certificate is geared toward entrepreneurs who have already begun their own business ventures or are considering pursuing that path. The fully-online program helps students develop an entrepreneurial mindset to help their businesses flourish, even in competitive landscapes. In short, the program offers the core knowledge about finances and business that entrepreneurs need, without the commitment of a full degree.

Meanwhile, the online Master of Science in business analytics degree program covers the practical knowledge and skills surrounding big data, analytic tools and techniques, and so on to help business professionals navigate their respective industries with intentional, data-driven decision making. From conducting research to practicing ethical reasoning, students will graduate with a solid understanding of how to gather, manage, and interpret data.

Both programs offer rolling admission. To apply, visit Learn more about the programs at