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Information Systems & Business Analysis

The Information Systems and Business Analysis post-graduate diploma are for students seeking a specialization aligned in business and data analytics, information systems, development and support positions in both business and non-business organizations. Students who complete this program will confidently have a complete understanding of:

  • Information Systems and Business Analysis fits into the project management and system development life-cycle.
  • Recognize and determine business problems and their root causes and provide solutions to the problems.
  • Prepare business Cases
  • Accurately estimate time-frames and Business Analysis deliverables
  • Apply the necessary gathering and elicit requirements.
  • Solicit and document project scope and detailed requires.
  • Apply business process modeling concepts
  • Think critically and laterally on issues
  • Analyze business issues and offer recommendations
  • Develop effective metric for nosiness, process or projects objectives.
  • Create test Strategy and plan, coordinate the execution of test plan, and evaluate test results.
School Business
Credits 60
Course Length Four Semesters (2 years)
Hours 20 hrs/week x 68 weeks
Credential Diploma
Delivery Options Blended
Instruction Options On-Site, Full-time
Offered Fall, Winter, and Spring
Practicum No
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