Did you know?
In 2009, the average annual salary of a Business Analyst was reported to be $71,000-$80,000 in a compensation survey endorsed by the IIBA.
Understanding how it
all fits together
Business Analysis skills are critical in today’s workplace. This growing field is relied on by organizations to create a better understanding of the gap between an organization’s needs and its technology. Business Analysis requires a broad skill set including communication and leadership skills as well as the ability to see the big picture. Business Analysts need to have both a good understanding of technology and business acumen.
McMaster University and Global Knowledge have joined forces to bring you the Business Analysis Program. Using Global Knowledge’s proven curriculum, which incorporates the International Institute of Business Analysis’s (IIBA) Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK) theory and best practices, our expert instructors will facilitate real-world exercises to help you readily apply what you have learned to your work.
This program will prepare you to write the IIBA's Certificate of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA) exam.
Business Analysis Program Format
- Cohort with 6 sequential modules running every other week for two to three days, finishing in three months
- 18 total classroom days in Hamilton, Ontario
*Individual module registrations will be accepted if space is available in a module, and if the two prerequisite modules have been completed. Cohort registrants are given priority.
The next program will be held in the winter 2014 term.
Course code: BAP-001
Upon completion of the Business Analysis Program, cohort participants receive a McMaster University Certificate of Completion.