Mohawk College Facebook AccountMohawk College Twitter AccountMohawk College YouTube Account Mohawk College Google Plus AccountMohawk College LinkedIn AccountMohawk College Pinterest AccountMohawk College Instagram AccountBlogsOne Card
Login to MoCoMotion Login to eLearn Link to the Accessibility Site
Mohawk CollegeMcKeil School of Business Business Analysis Graduate Certificate

Mohawk College, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to alter information, including but not limited to, modifying program availability, program length, campus locations, or curriculum, or to adjust fees, admission requirements, policies or procedures at any time. The College would make such changes to meet competencies in the job market and/or as prescribed by its governing Ministry, or for budgetary reasons or for other reasons it deems necessary. The College reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission both prior to and after its acceptance by an applicant or student because of insufficient applications or registrations, over-acceptance of offers of admission, budgetary constraints, or for other such reasons. Prompt notice will be given to all affected applicants and students. The College shall not accept any liability for the consequences of these changes.

Bookmark and Share

Business Analysis Graduate Certificate - 334

Program overview:
START DATE: September
PROGRAM STATUS: Open for September 2016
SCHOOL: Business
PROGRAM NUMBER: 334
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 academic year (period of 8 months)
CAMPUS: Fennell Campus - Hamilton
CO-OP OPTION: No
ACCREDITATION: Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Campus September 2016
334 - Fennell Campus - Hamilton OpenOpen

Integrate the world of information technology with business areas such as operations, finance, marketing or human resources

The Business Analysis program is a two-semester Ontario College Graduate Certificate intended to train students to become Business Analysts.

Learning is focused on alignment of business processes across functions and enterprises, and how those processes relate to the organization from a strategic, tactical and financial perspective. The courses in the Business Analysis program include Technology Tools and Database Fundamentals and Reporting, so that students can begin to appreciate the complexities of information technology. Critical-thinking skills, with a focus on process evaluation, will be developed in the core Business Analysis program through courses such as Requirements Analysis, Solutions Assessment, Project Management and Planning and Monitoring. Overlaying the methodologies for information technology and business training will be courses on Project Management, Negotiation, Facilitation and Lean Six Sigma.

Program Highlights

  • Develop new or improved innovative business processes from gap analysis through process design in support of a company's strategic objectives in a socially responsible manner.
  • Utilize effective and established research, documentation methods, and business improvement procedures in order to develop and document business processes and business models according to established timelines and project goals.
  • Plan, manage, and facilitate the requirements gathering activities throughout the requirements process for changes to a business system, including analysis of the interdependence between financial and operational metrics.
  • Develop strategies to bridge gaps between requirements and existing systems using appropriate methods, tools, techniques and documentation in accordance with standard business practices.
  • Use a project management approach to communicate technical and business information to a variety of stakeholders, including technical and business stakeholders.
  • Collaborate, network and communicate with various stakeholders in an ethical manner by applying negotiation and problem-solving skills in order to evaluate and align business processes and business models with the strategic objectives of the organization.

360° Classroom Tour

Designations

Upon completion of the credential, graduates may be eligible for various external accreditations or designations. Graduates of the Business Analysis program may receive the Academic Diploma in Business Analysis from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).

Experiential Learning Opportunity

  • Participate in real-world learning experiences through a variety of experiential learning opportunities such as field placement, industry projects and/or business case simulations

  • Apply knowledge and skills gained in academic studies to enhance skills and to establish or refine professional and personal development goals in an experiential learning environment that ensures access to leading industry practice

Read More