Business Analyst

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

Why choose Business Analyst?

  • A great career for someone with good communication and analytical skills who would shine as a liaison among stakeholders in a business setting.
  • Business analysts enjoy stimulating work as they research, analyze, design, and implement solutions to solve a variety of business-related problems.
  • Thanks to technological advancements in the 21st century, business analysts are ever-more essential to the success of any large enterprise.
Of the many new careers brought about by technological advancements in the 21st century, business analysts are increasingly vital to the success of any large enterprise. Business analysts act as the all-important link between business and technology, working to research, analyze, design, and implement solutions to solve a variety of business-related problems.

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What You'll Learn

The Business Analyst associate degree is a two-year program that prepares individuals to work closely with stakeholders to identify business needs and offer opportunities for improvements in systems or workflow. The skills gained in this program are in demand within the industries of healthcare, IT, manufacturing, insurance, and finance.

In this program you will research, analyze, and design solutions using business requirements and best practices. Through group projects you will develop and leverage leadership- and team-building tools using a variety of different collaboration methods.

Estimated Entire Program Cost

Cost based on the 2020/2021 academic calendar year.

  • Tuition & Fees: $9,381.99
  • Books: $1,667.05
  • Supplies, Uniforms, and/or Exams: $0.00
  • Total Estimated Cost: $11,049.04

Financial Aid Eligibility

This program is eligible for full Financial Aid.

Curriculum data is currently under maintenance and may be temporarily unavailable.

Term: 1
Catalog# Title Credits
10102210 Business Analyst Essentials 3.00
  • Oral/Interpersonal Communication 3.00
10801198 Speech 3.00
-or- 10801196 Oral/Interpersonal Communication 3.00
10103106 Microsoft Office-Introduction 3.00
10801136 English Composition I 3.00
10196189 Team Building & Problem Solving 3.00
(15 Credits)
Term: 2
Catalog# Title Credits
  • Intermediate Algebra with Applications 4.00
10804107 College Mathematics 3.00
-or- 10804118 Intermediate Algebra with Applications 4.00
10102213 Requirements Analysis 3.00
10156101 Database Concepts and Design 3.00
10102211 Business Analyst Fundamentals 1 3.00
10102214 Continuous Improvement 3.00
10809172 Introduction to Diversity Studies 3.00
(18-19 Credits)
Term: 3
Catalog# Title Credits
  • Economics 3.00
10809103 Think Critically & Creatively 3.00
-or- 10809195 Economics 3.00
10156102 SQL Development 3.00
10102212 Business Analyst Fundamentals 2 3.00
10102216 Solutions Design 3.00
10196190 Leadership Development 3.00
(15 Credits)
Term: 4
Catalog# Title Credits
10102220 Business Analyst Capstone 3.00
10801197 Technical Reporting 3.00
10196188 Project Management 3.00
10102215 Business Analyst Fundamentals 3 3.00
  • Developmental Psychology 3.00
10809198 Intro to Psychology 3.00
-or- 10809188 Developmental Psychology 3.00
(15 Credits)
(63-64 Credits)



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