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Diploma in Business Administration with Business Analysis concentration

Business Analysis concentration

Important update about our Business Analysis concentration

McMaster University Continuing Education is phasing out the Business Analysis concentration for all students at the end of the Winter 2023 term.

We are committed to assisting our students in completing the concentration during that time. If you are interested in completing the Business Analysis concentration, please contact us at businessadministration@mcmaster.ca for more information on the program closure and course schedules.

Reinvent your career in business by earning a Diploma in Business Administration with Business Analysis concentration

Business Analysis is a growing field. The role of the Business Analyst is to clearly and concisely gather, document and analyze information for a multitude of business challenges and opportunities.

The Business Analysis concentration in Business Analysis will enable you to assess and scrutinize the various operational procedures of an organization and find solutions to help meet its strategic goals.

Our Business Analysis curriculum will also prepare you to write the IIBA’s Certificate of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA) exam.

Explore the requirements below and register today!

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+ Global Knowledge Program: 

Students must complete the Level 2 Certificate of Completion (7 courses, 18 days of training). The Global Knowledge program offers numerous courses to choose from – please visit the Global Knowledge website for a listing of courses.
Please note, Ontario’s residents purchasing Programs from the Global Knowledge Canadian Website do so on the expressed understanding that:

  1. Global Knowledge is not a registered Private Career College in Ontario and as such is restricted to offering Programs that are exempt from approval under Ontario’s Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 (the “PCCA”);
  2. Global knowledge does not provide training to individual consumers. Global Knowledge provides Programs in Ontario only by contract to third parties who pay for the individual student’s or students’ training. A third party could be, for example, an employer, business, government agency, or non-profit. In addition, the third party must not require the student to repay the third party the cost of the training.
  3. Global Knowledge’s Programs are offered in Ontario only to third parties as outlined in the Third Party Funding and Corporate Training exemptions consistent with the PCCA. For full details about these exemptions, please see Fact Sheet #1 published by Ontario’s Superintendent of Private Career Colleges, found at www.tcu.gov.on.ca.