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Course Information

Once business concerns have been identified through requirements gathering and analysis, strategic business analysts propose and model effective solutions within the organizational context. These "deliverables" will be used to develop estimates for time, resources and budgets required to implement solutions that will meet the project requirements. This course focuses on how to design and implement solutions with measurable and reportable outcomes.

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course start date.

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Business Analysis Overview, Business Analysis Planning and Monitoring, Performing an Enterprise Analysis, Requirements Elicitation, Analysis and Management

1 Course sections available Please note: Note: Click on the schedule number (i.e. E125-11103) to view more course information.
Schedule # Days Date Time Location Fee Register
E213-21428 W 03/17/21-04/28/21 6:30pm-9:30pm Virtual Instruction $505.00 Add to Cart
Instructor: C. Martin, Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA), Sr Principal Quality Engineer at Raytheon

Unit(s): 1.8
No Class Meeting(s): 03/31/2021
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Required: 1) A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge by IIBA,  ISBN:  978-1927584026. Recommended/Optional 2)  Seven-Steps-Mastering-Business-Analysis ISBN: 978-1-6042700-7-5. Students may purchase the textbooks from any major online book distributors.