Business Analyst and Quality Assurance
The 225-hour course prepares students for Business Analyst role in Information Technology industry. Students will learn about SDLC (software development life cycle), project management, product development etc. Also students will be able to facilitate requirements and build uses case examples. The course also covers Quality Assurance part of the program where students will learn different types of quality software and techniques to perform daily tasks at the job.
What will I learn?
The business analyst role has evolved from that of a business procedures analyst to that of a business liaison between the non-technical user community and the technical solution providers. This course provides proactive, introductory coverage of the knowledge and skills essential to business analysts today and the foreseeable future.
- Complete understanding of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
- Requirement Gathering Techniques
- Requirement Documentation
- Software Engineering Process
- Unified Modeling Language
- Business Analyst Software Hands-On Training
IT Business Analyst’s salaries may rise greatly for those who assume a higher-end position such as an IT Program Manager. The average IT Program Manager brings home $112K per year. IT Business Analysts most often move into positions as Information Technology Project Managers or Senior Business Analysts; those groups report median salaries that are $17K higher and $15K higher, respectively. Pay ranges from $47K on the low end to $102K per year on the high end. In the world of IT Business Analysts, overall cash allowance can occasionally include more than $10K from bonuses and, in some exceptional cases, $7K from profit sharing, causing incomes to vary widely between $47K and $102K.
All candidates must be at least sixteen (16) years of age before enrolling in the program. A high school diploma or TABE test result equaling to 10th Math and Reading is required for enrollment. Students are required to successfully complete the course in order to receive certificate of completion from the school.
A Day in Business Analyst’s Life
As a Business Analyst you will arrive in your office, the first thing at work is attend meeting where you will be allocated tasks for the day. As a business analyst you will also be facilitating requirements from project sponsor. To understand the project and possible solutions, a BA might conduct interviews, read, and observe work in progress. Communication between developers and the sponsor is an essential part of the BA’s job. You will be going back and forth with project sponsor getting all the project requirements and documenting it. Once all the requirements are formed BA translates and gives requirements to developers. Once the requirements are developed BA would require to test all the aspects of the developed part of the project.