This course designed to expand your knowledge in the the latest tools and techniques in the field of Business. You will learn the business process, improvement process, modelling process, how to solve problems, and much more. There is a breakdown of six projects methodologies including traditional Waterfall and Agile frameworks. This program teaches you all the aspects of business analysis as well as understanding all of the steps in the business requirements process – from stakeholder identification to customer satisfaction.
Business analysts help guide businesses in improving processes, products, services and software through data analysis. They engage with users to understand how data-driven changes to process, products, services, software and hardware can improve efficiencies and add value. They are responsible for creating new models that support business decisions by working closely with financial reporting and IT teams to establish initiatives and strategies to improve importing and to optimize costs.
Business Analysis is a growing market that is in great demand. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of management analysts, including business analysts, is expected to grow 14% between 2018 and 2028. This is a higher growth rate that any other profession in that time span.
Although the title of ‘Business Analyst” is one role, it carries many job responsibilities varying from the technical aspects to the business. Some responsibilities are heavy into defining and adjusting process flows, whereas others are designing technical solutions to solve business needs.
This position is compensated well for their work and with the job market demand outpacing the entry level candidates, the salary for the Business Analyst should continue to rise in the near future.
A Business Analyst’s career path can take them in multiple directions, depending on their experience and future career goals, along with offering endless opportunities.
Classes starting from September 2020 to December 2020 (12 classes)
Introduction to Business Analysis
Business Analysis Process
Business Analysis Tools
Plan Business Analysis Process
Defining the Scope
Eliciting the Requirements & Deliverables
Validate the Requirements & Deliverables
Analyze the Requirements & Deliverables
Presenting, Reporting, & Communicating the Solution(s)