Business analysts are problem-solvers in a wide range of fields. They enable their organizations to change by identifying inefficiencies in business processes and recommending solutions. Many have IT, human resources, or project management backgrounds before becoming business analysts.
To introduce you to this discipline, The University of Georgia offers a one-week classroom course, Business Analysis Certificate. The course covers the tasks a Business Analyst (BA) performs during the strategy, initiation, planning, execution and closeout phases of IT projects.
The course content is aligned with the highly regarded “BABOK®Guide ,” short for A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge, from the International Institute of Business Analysis.
This certificate program consists of four modules:
- Introduction to Business Analysis
- Plan, Elicit and Assess Requirements
- Requirements Analysis
- Requirements Management and Communication
What you will learn:
- The tasks a BA typically performs during a project lifecycle
- The skills a BA needs to be successful
- The roles and responsibilities of business analysts, project managers, solution designers, and other project stakeholders
- Techniques for documenting requirements
- How to generate a risk and impact analysis based on stakeholder input
- How to assess a solution to ensure maximum value to the organization
Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
30 hours/3.0 CEU's
Definition of CEU's.