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Graduate Credential in Business Analysis

Business analysis has become an important corporate function in recent years due to the rapidly changing business environments. Business analysts explore business problems and opportunities in the fast changing market, identify business needs and recommend solutions to meet business goals. The process of business analysis is a perquisite for critical decisions in business changes and investments to ensure that the right strategies are effectively executed. The graduate credential program in business analysis is designed for individuals who want to pursue an advanced education in this fast-growing field in business.

About the Program

The program covers the International Institute of Business Analysis body of knowledge (IIBA BABOK®), business and systems analysis, enterprise modeling and analysis, and other business analysis related topics. The program provides a graduate education to prepare individuals for the business analyst profession and for the IIBA’s Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) certification.

This five-course (15 semester hours) graduate credential is designed to provide students with in-depth coverage of business analysis concepts, skills, practical knowledge and application. The five required courses are outlined in the Roosevelt University Graduate Catalog

Admission Requirements

Students must hold a Bachelors degree. Students must meet the same basic admissions requirements as graduate business degree programs.

Graduate Advisor

Brian Walker, Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies
  • email: bwalker@roosevelt.edu
  • downtown appointments: (312) 281-3293
  • Schaumburg appointments: (847) 619-4850