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New Brunswick Community College Masters Degrees in Business

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Business Analysts are strategic thinkers who meet business needs by enabling change and designing successful operational models. You'll learn how to analyze, identify and document a business or stakeholder's needs as well as plan, manage, and monitor any proposed solutions. Read more
Business Analysts are strategic thinkers who meet business needs by enabling change and designing successful operational models. You'll learn how to analyze, identify and document a business or stakeholder's needs as well as plan, manage, and monitor any proposed solutions. Organizations must adapt in order to stay relevant. As an innovative thinker you'll recommend solutions that help organizations achieve their goals and ensure long term prosperity.

Career Possibilities

Graduates of the Information Technology: Business Analysis program may be employed with information technology consulting firms, public and private sector information technology departments or may be self-employed consultants. Careers could range from Business Continuity Analyst to Business Systems Analyst. Program graduates without prior industry experience in a business analysis environment can expect to enter the field in a Junior Analyst capacity.

What you will learn

-Business Analysis Fundamentals
-Modeling (Business Process, Data, & Use Case)
-Quality Assurance
-Business Case Development
-Project Management
-Risk and Change Management
-Facilitation, Negotiation, and Decision-Making Skills
-Data Analysis and Presentations
-Fundamentals of Information Technology and Systems
-User Interface Design

Specific Considerations

It is highly recommended that students have a strong foundation in MS Office Suite. Students who do not have experience working with this suite of software programs, particularly MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint,and Access are encouraged to upgrade their skills through separate MS Office courses, workshops or online tutorial sites such as lynda.com, prior to beginning this program.

This program is a "Learning Integrated Virtually Everywhere" (L.I.V.E) program that requires the use of a notebook computer as part of the learning experience. Your notebook computer should meet minimum technical specifications to ensure the software required for your program operates effectively. To find these technical specifications, see L.I.V.E. (Learning Integrated Virtually Everywhere).

The content of the program is in keeping with the International Institute of Business Analysis’® (IIBA®) Business Analysis Book of Knowledge® (BABOK®) and may prepare the student with the knowledge to become a certified Business Analysis professional® (CBAP®). Program graduates who do not have prior industry experience can expect to enter the field in a Junior Analyst capacity.

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Learn about the versatile world of international business and gain the knowledge needed to excel in today's global marketplace. This program will help you develop the specialized skills needed to be successful for trade initiatives and international opportunities. Read more
Learn about the versatile world of international business and gain the knowledge needed to excel in today's global marketplace. This program will help you develop the specialized skills needed to be successful for trade initiatives and international opportunities. Using a hands-on approach, you'll collaborate, think critically, and reach your potential to become an invaluable asset to any team or organization. You'll learn to assess business rationale and strategic planning for international trade. You'll also develop skills in digital and intercultural communications, networking, and negotiation, as well as how to assess corporate sustainability and social responsibility initiatives.

Career Possibilities

Graduates of this program may find work in a range of International Trade occupations, such as trade & investment, international affairs, sales & procurement, logistics, and finance.

What you will learn

-Global Business Environments
-Risk Management
-Supply Chain Management
-Global Entrepreneurship
-Trade Research and Compliance
-International Market Entry and Distribution
-Global Marketing
-Trade Finance
-Trade Management
-Strategic Trade Planning

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The Supply Chain and Logistics Professional is active in areas ranging from the factory floor right to the customer’s door, and everything in-between. Read more
The Supply Chain and Logistics Professional is active in areas ranging from the factory floor right to the customer’s door, and everything in-between. You’ll develop strong analytical and problem-solving skills and techniques. We’ll prepare you for active participation in the coordination of production, planning, purchasing, inventory management, transportation, warehousing, logistics and distribution.

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