Business Analysis Certificate

Business Analysis Certificate students

Hone your skills as the main liaison between business and IT departments. As a business analyst, you will gather and document business requirements and translate them into functional design specifications that can be executed by IT development teams.

  • Identify business needs, and the costs and benefits of addressing them technically
  • Formulate business specifications to develop and implement technical solutions
  • Bridge the gap between business and IT with common project definitions and requirements
  • Use data modeling techniques to analyze and improve business processes

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Business Analysis Certificate Courses

Required Courses (54 contact hours)
Courses are listed in recommended sequence
Introduction to Business Analysis $470
Business Solutions Scoping and Eliciting Requirements $900
Business Requirements Analysis $900
Supporting Requirements - Documenting and Managing Requirements, and Validating the Solution $900
Stakeholder Management, Business Analysis Planning, and Estimating $900

Elective Courses (6 contact hours)
Select one to complete the certificate

Business Architecture (6 hours) $470
Introduction to Agile (6 hours) $470
Business Acumen (6 hours) $470
Technical Writing (6 hours) $470
Managing Complex Projects Using Systems Engineering (6 hours) $470

Not interested in a certificate? Courses can be taken individually. See the full list of professional development courses.


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Business Analysis: What Is It?

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As the liaison between IT and management, the  business analyst—aka computer systems analyst, product manager, solutions designer, managing analyst—keeps abreast of the latest technology while simultaneously addressing the process needs of the organization. Two business analysts, one new to the field and the other a seasoned professional, talk about the significance of business analysis in a variety of industries.

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