Program & Project Management

Business Analysis Requirements Analysis and Design Definition

Course Code: 01-14-P058

This course replaces the previous Business Analysis Requirements Analysis course. The new course reflects the new updates in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge 3.0. The Business Analysis Requirements Analysis & Design Definition knowledge describes the tasks that business analysts perform to structure and organize requirements discovered during elicitation activities, specify and model requirements and designs, validate and verify information, identify solution options that meet business needs, and estimate the potential value that could be realized for each solution options. This class also includes practice exam questions that will help you prepare for taking the CCBA certification exam.

This course addresses the following knowledge areas identified by the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (IIBA):

  • Business Analysis Planning & Monitoring
  • Elicitation & Collaboration
  • Requirements Life Cycle Management
  • Strategy Analysis
  • Requirements Analysis & Design Definition
  • Solution Evaluation

Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Specify & Model Requirements
  • Verify requirements
  • Validate requirements
  • Define Requirements Architecture
  • Define Solution Options
  • Analyze Potential Value & Recommend Solution
  • Take practice test for the requirements analysis portion of the CCBA (IIBA) exam for preparation for actual exam.

Audience: Systems analysts, business analysts, requirements analysts, developers, software engineers, IT project managers, project managers, project analysts, project leaders, senior project managers, team leaders, program managers, testers, QA specialists or anyone involved in organizational decision making.

Length: 2 days, 15 hours

Materials: Handouts; students are encouraged to bring their copy of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge.