Solve the Problems of Tomorrow
Business analysts are highly valued for their ability to translate the unique requirements of customers or user groups within a business to drive the development of appropriate solutions. Business Systems Analysts, Systems Analysts, Requirements Engineers, Business Process Analysts, and Data Analysts are all part of the business analyst family of roles and are present in most corporations, non-profit businesses, state and municipal agencies, and other organizations in the Austin area. Business Analysts are highly valued within IT departments where they are responsible for providing clear direction in the development of important IT systems.
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Business Analysts perform activities such as:
- Explore and document problems and opportunities for an organization.
- Elicit and analyze requirements for solutions.
- Communicate and review requirements with project stakeholders to gain agreement.
Build on Your Current Business Knowledge
ACC's Business Analyst program will prepare you for the next step in your career and help you to develop a toolkit of useful techniques and skills. If you are new to business analysis, our Getting Started with Business Analysis will fit you best. Upon completion, you will receive an ACC certificate of completion. You will have earned the required professional development hours, and you should be prepared to study for and take the IIBA exam for the Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA).
If you are already a practicing BA, you will find the Business Analysis Series useful to enhance your skills. When you successfully complete the series, you will receive an ACC Certificate in Business Analysis. If you are preparing for either the IIBA Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) or the IIBA Certification of Capability in Business Analysis (CCBA), this program will help. If you need professional development hours to recertify with IIBA, these courses also suffice. Entry into the series requires at least one year of experience as a project team member, a project manager, or a business expert responsible for providing project requirements.
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Choose from the options below to begin pursuing your Business Analyst certification. If you have questions, please contact a program coordinator for further assistance.