Business Analyst Certificate Program

Certificate Sacramento6 months

Business Analyst
Certificate Program

Overview

The role of a business analyst is to provide professional expertise to help the organization work smarter to achieve its mission.

This program provides a modern tool set that integrates the best from proven methodologies such as Six Sigma, Lean, Agile, Theory of Constraints as well as traditional Systems Development Lifecycle. By applying theory to realistic scenarios, analysts can develop their communication, problem solving and implementation skills to translate business possibilities into realities.

Benefits

  • Communicate with stakeholders in a more strategic, influential and efficient fashion
  • Accelerate recommended changes
  • Design the business case and support targeted solutions
  • Plan and monitor the progress of deliverables
  • Document business requirements to clearly capture stakeholder expectations
  • Analyze business processes to enhance the return on investment

Audience

New or practicing business analysts of any industry will learn how to optimize business processes and align IT systems to better support an organization’s mission.

Structure

The Business Analyst certificate program consists of seven courses (one course/month), totaling 84 hours of instruction required for the certificate. Students may complete the certificate program in approximately 7 months.

The program is cohort driven and based on a logical sequence where each course builds upon the last. Curriculum aligns with the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) Business Analyst Body of Knowledge (BABOK).

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Registration

If your state agency or department is paying registration fees, use the Registration Agreement form. If you are paying your own fees, use the Non-Credit Registration form.

You may also register online for most non-credit courses.

More details are available on the Non-Credit Registration page.

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Courses and Schedules

This certificate program consists of seven courses designed to be taken in the order listed.