As the business analyst role is a combination of the business processes and project development life cycle, it is always an advantage for a person to have an MBA (Masters in business administration) background because it gives in-depth insight to understand the business processes. This degree program offers masters in different specializations like human resources, marketing, finance, etc, it won’t offer any technical knowledge for the tools required in the business processes.
As business analysts need to have hands-on technical knowledge which is also more important in the project development life cycle. There are different tools and technical terms involved in the whole business process. And if you are going to select an MBA program then you have to take up an exclusive course to learn these tools.
However, there are different courses available in the market to pursue the career for aspiring business analysts who may not need an MBA degree exclusively.
If you have professional experience in IT for 4-5 years, you can easily understand the business processes by opting for a Business Analyst course. As you have the broad technical experience you can relate your knowledge with the real-time business scenarios and implement using the tools.
For freshers who are M.Sc., BSc, BBA, MBA graduates, we made the journey smooth for them by providing the hands-on project experience. By conducting regular workshops on mock interviews, group discussions, discussions on case studies, etc.
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