Tag: College Degree
I acquired an ND (National Diploma) in IT (Information Technology) 5 years ago but, i never got an opportunity to work for an IT company ever since.
The issue has always been experience and no luck with my applications for junior positions.
I want to be a BUSINESS Analyst. I always make this clear with all my other interviews, but i always get the wrong job. I am currently working as Admin training Coordinator.
This post answers a question submitted by Elena who is “looking for the right study program for becoming a professional business analyst”.
There is an old comedy sketch quoted by many that tells of a young man asking directions in New York City.
He stops a man on the street and asks, “How do I get to Carnegie Hall?” to which the man replies, “practice, my son practice.“
That is how it is with becoming a professional business analyst. Practice and proven performance are looked upon with more favor than a degree or certification, even the much touted MBA.
“Do you need a degree to become a DBA or a Business Anaylst?”
I have returned to school to complete my degree in “Business Administration, Business Information Systems” and I have reestablished
my interest in database management but my school only touches the surface of the subject.
Do You Need a College Degree To Become A Business Analyst?
When you visit a doctor for the first time, you are, no doubt, assured when you see a framed diploma on the wall in his office.
I want to become a Business Analyst what must I study in college to become one now?
I am currently doing my Btech in Information Technology (IT) and in my second year and I need guidance on how to become a successful lady in the IT / business analysis field.
College Courses to Take for Business Analysts
Business analysts come from a variety of backgrounds, with a diverse work and educational history.
I am 1 class away from receiving my BSIS in database development. The school’s focus was on Oracle. My last two classes, which I am currently enrolled take it one step further to teach Building Internet Applications.
However, I don’t feel with a Bachelor’s in Business and soon a Bachelors in Information Systems, that I am knowledgeable and skilled enough to even get a job interview, which is proving to be very daunting.
I would love to be a systems analyst, but I don’t believe I can ever move to that position until I at least have worked as a developer for a while.
Category: Systems Analysis Training