Information technology business analysts provide analytical business development support, conduct continuous network maintenance, thoroughly investigate technological issues, and proactively identify IT concerns. Though business analysts are in high demand within IT, they are called upon by companies from many industries to solve problems, increase efficiency, and improve security. Business analysts must quickly adapt to changing technology, understand business concepts, and have strong research skills.
Students enrolled in the Monroe College School of Information Technology Bachelor Degree Program are given the academic and real-world preparation required for career achievement. Our curriculum is intense, designed to accurately reflect the needs of public and private sector corporations. Our faculty of corporate Vice Presidents, expert business analysts, and Chief Information Officers empower student learning by sharing their relevant industry experience. In keeping with Monroe’s unique real-world vision, students spend a semester interning at leading IT firms, corporations, and government agencies.
Graduates of the Monroe College School of Information Technology Program receive the education and training needed to either enter the job market or pursue a Master’s Degree. To learn more about how to prepare for a business analyst career, visit here.