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The Information Systems Business Analysis graduate certificate program at George Brown College is designed to meet the urgent need for professionals who can be the key liaison between business and information technology functions within an organization. Further, George Brown is recognized by the International Institute of Business Analysis as an Academic Member, and is proud to offer the IIBA® Academic Diploma.
This intensive program is designed for IT or business professionals who aspire to enter into a business analyst role, or practitioners who wish to enhance their experience with formal education. A deeper level of understanding of the business analyst role will be developed through unique learning techniques and invaluable practical experience. Participants will be engaged and supported by a team of business analyst consultants and faculty in developing critical skills and competencies in the areas of:
- Problem identification
- Documenting and analyzing user requirements
- Process and workflow modelling
- Communication and facilitation
- Project management
- Technical writing
- Leadership and management
A key characteristic of this program is the applied nature of the curriculum. Students are immersed in the process of business analysis through case histories of real-world business issues, and are responsible for developing solutions. The uniqueness of this program is in creating a practicing business analyst rather than creating someone who knows how to do it. This program creates work-ready graduates who can do, and have done, the business analysis process through applied, hands-on experience.
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Student Reviews (3)
I would not recommend taking COMP9673 (Information Architecture) with Aaron Bernardo. He is disorganized and inarticulate, and he does not provide feedback to students or return assignments to them. If you take a course with him, you will have no idea ...
I would not recommend taking COMP9673 (Information Architecture) with Aaron Bernardo. He is disorganized and inarticulate, and he does not provide feedback to students or return assignments to them. If you take a course with him, you will have no idea how you are doing in the course until after it is over. I am not convinced that he even looks at what's submitted... he seems too disorganized for that. There are some good instructors in George Brown's UX program, but Aaron is not one of them.
I've been taking George Brown's SEO and Paid Search course from their Continuing Education program in early 2019. Overall the course has been really good thus far - it's been nice to get a formalized overview of SEO and the main contributors to a site'...
I've been taking George Brown's SEO and Paid Search course from their Continuing Education program in early 2019. Overall the course has been really good thus far - it's been nice to get a formalized overview of SEO and the main contributors to a site's rankings, both from the technical side and from a content perspective. The lecturer leads an SEO agency and is therefore both knowledgeable and passionate about the topic.
The course won't make me a complete expert in content marketing, SEO, and paid search, but it has helped strengthen my understanding of the topics and it enables me to have a more intelligent conversation of the role they can play within marketing for an organization. Lots of value for the amount charged for this course.