Overview of Diploma in brief
Diploma in Business and Research Analysis the overall business and IT needs of an organization in order to develop appropriate solution strategies. As the key liaison between business and information technology departments, the business analyst is responsible for gathering and documenting business requirements and translating them into functional system design specifications that can be successfully executed by IT development teams.
A Business Analyst is someone who analyses change requirements and produces a justifiable set of analysis deliverables that are used to design and implement the solution. A Business Analyst is (or should!) be measured on delivery of the benefits specified in the project objectives. In today.s society, many people experience information overload. We are bombarded with messages to believe various ideas, purchase things, support causes, and lead our lifestyle in a particular way. How do you know what to believe? How do you separate the truth from the myths?
In this age of information overload, it can be hard to know where to find good information that you can trust. If you.re doing research for an important project, report, or proposal, how do you find information that you can count on?
In this diploma you will learn how to research any topic using a number of different tools. We will start with basic techniques, such as reading, memory recall, note-taking, and planning. We will also talk about creating different kinds of outlines for different stages of your project, and how to move from the outline to actual writing, editing, and polishing. Most importantly, we will talk about how to use all kinds of sources, including a library.s Dewey Decimal System, journals, and the Internet. After you complete this course, you.ll be ready to find reliable information on any topic, and turn that information into a compelling, accurate piece of writing.
What Modules are covered in this Diploma?
- Module 1 - Introduction to Business Process Analysis (10 Credits)
- Module 2 - Business Process Analysis Planning & Stake Holder Management (10 Credits)
- Module 3 - Business Requirements Management (10 Credits)
- Module 4 - Organizational Analysis (6 Credits)
- Module 5 - Business Solutions Evaluation and Implementation (8 Credits)
- Module 6 - Business Analyst Competencies (6 Credits)
- Module 7 - Critical Thinking (10 Credits)
- Module 8 - Research Analysis (10 Credits)
Total Credits : 70
The Diploma in Business Research and Analysis (DBRA) is valid for life.
Who will be awarding the qualification?
The Diploma in Business Research and Analysis (DBRA) is certificated by GAQM (The Hard Copy Certificate is printed on secure certificate paper).
What is the level of this qualification?
Diploma in Business Research and Analysis (DBRA) has been benchmarked using Qualification and Credit Framework level descriptors at Level 6 with 70 Credits (equivalent to One Year Master's Degree).
Duration of E-Learning
Mode of Learning
E-Course - Self Paced
Pre-requisite for Diploma
Diplomas offered by the GAQM have a mandatory course completion requirement; once you are done with the E-Course you can take your online proctored exam via ProctorU.