Intensive Programming in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
12 months, full-time with a potential work placement
Program Fees: $14,040.00 (Textbooks costs are additional and are approximately $1,000.00)
Credentials awarded: Certificate in Business Analysis and Letter of Accomplishment (LoA) in Career Preparation from the University of Manitoba, plus eligibility for additional credential from the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
Be a part of making things better. Learn the skills, knowledge, and tasks of the growing business analysis profession as you earn international experience.
Learn the tools and techniques of business analysis
Identify business needs and facilitate effective solutions using the tools and techniques of business analysis, with the Business Analysis Book of Knowledge (BABOK) as your textbook and experienced business analysts to guide you. You’ll emerge with valuable technical and people skills, much closer to coveted IIBA designation.
Learn the essentials of business analysis, by industry standards. You will build your skills in relevant areas including how to work in an Agile project environment, how to adapt your process efficiently as you go, and more. You will enhance both your technical and your soft skills including communication, critical thinking, problem solving, and collaboration.
Introduction to Canada
Experience the culture and the workplace in Canada, with career preparation, language support, and a potential work placement, as you learn business analysis. Become a more capable business analyst, better prepared to perform the tasks of business analysis and better prepared to write IIBA certification exams.
Courses- Certificate in Business Analysis
Business Analysis Certificate
MGMT 0520: Excellence in Communication
Successful leadership is closely linked to the ability to communicate convincingly, efficiently and effectively. By successfully completing this course, students will become familiar with key strategies in effectively applying a wide range of organizational communication strategies and styles.
BUAN 0100: Business Analysis Fundamentals
This course examines the professional roles and responsibilities of business analysts; provides an overview of the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK); and introduces BA concepts, methodologies, techniques, and tools. After outlining BA’s historical and contemporary contexts, the course considers emerging trends and technologies that are shaping the field’s future. Also explored are fundamental skills and competencies required to carry out BA tasks. Business Analysis Fundamentals is a prerequisite for all other core courses except MGMT 0520: Excellence in Communication.
BUAN 0110: Planning and Monitoring
BUAN 0120: Elicitation and Collaboration
This course addresses tasks that business analysts will perform to obtain information from and manage collaborations with stakeholders. It explores a variety of techniques for performing elicitation and collaboration activities. It also examines ways of overcoming challenges when applying these techniques in real world business situations. Methods for testing and confirming elicitation results are also addressed. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
LDRS 0530: Leading Organizational Change
This course will focus on the personal qualities and abilities that are critical for the practice and modeling of effective leadership. As traditional hierarchical approaches to leadership are being replaced by leadership through influence, credibility is established through how values and purposes are consistently enacted and embodied in the workplace. It will offer learners an intentional shift away from deeply rooted individualistic and non-systemic views of leadership and their corresponding practices to building personal mastery.
BUAN 0130: Requirements Life Cycle Management
BUAN 0140: Strategy and Enterprise Analysis
Strategy analysis is often the starting point for initiating a new project, and it involves determining the most effective ways of mobilizing the resources and capabilities of an enterprise to reach a desired set of goals and objectives. This course explores the components of strategy and enterprise analysis to identify problems and locate solutions; advancing from a current state towards a future state; and responding to new information and unanticipated factors. Prerequisite: BUAN 0100.
BUAN 0150: Solution Assessment and Validation
BUAN 0160 Agile Business Analysis
MGMT 0150: Project Management
This course will focus on the project management life cycle and organization including project definition, cost benefit analysis, planning, scheduling, group dynamics, control and project completion.
BUAN 0170: Business Case Development Project
BUAN 0910: Special Topics: Business Analysis IT
This course explores Indigenous perspectives on business and economic development and the challenges and opportunities of doing business in Indigenous contexts. The topics addressed will vary according to factors, such as current events, instructor expertise, and student need.
Courses- Letter of Accomplishment in Career Preparation
CONV 0208: Pronunciation Clinic
MGMT 0134: Powerful Business Writing
MGMT 0142: Effective Presentation Skills
MGMT 0136: Networking 101
MGMT 0138: Intercultural Communication
MGMT 0132: The Canadian Workplace
Applied Business Analysis
May 2020 - Cancelled
Sept 2020 - Closed
Applied Business Management
May 2020 - Cancelled
Sept 2020 - Closed
Applied HR Management
May 2020 - Cancelled
Sept 2020 - Closed
Intensive English Program
Paused until further notice
175 hour internship placement OR preparatory industry experience course
Placement eligibility determined by resume, professional goals and performance in the program.
Language and Study Support
An undergraduate degree
(a minimum of a 2-year post-secondary credential from a recognized institution may be considered.)
A minimum of a 6.5 Academic IELTS or equivalent
The complete list of English language proficiency requirements
With an undergraduate degree: a minimum of 1 year of full-time demonstrated professional work experience will be given preference.
With a 2-year post-secondary credential: a minimum of 6 months of full-time demonstrated work experience is required; candidates with a minimum of 1 year of full-time work experience will be given preference.
Apply to the program
2. Gather your Transcripts and Documents
Complete the online or print application form and submit all required documents.
- Complete the application form- online or print, as per number 1.
- Include a translated copy of your academic transcript
- Include proof of graduation (official degree or post-secondary credential)
- Include a translated copy of your resume or curriculum vitae
- Include a letter of Reference from an employer
- Include proof of English language proficiency. (i.e. IELTS – academic stream, TOEFL pBT. TOEFL iBT)
- Include a copy of your passport
3. Submit Your Documents and Application Fee
Submit completed application form, transcripts and documents, along with your $300 application fee payment
Student and Instructor Services
185 Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N2
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4. Reserve your seat
Your application will be reviewed and assessed within 5 – 10 business days. If you meet the program’s eligibility criteria and if seats are available, you will be offered admission to the program you applied for. To reserve your seat, you must make a non-refundable $2,000 tuition deposit within 3 weeks of receiving your admission offer. Upon receipt of your payment, we will issue a Letter of Acceptance to you. If your tuition deposit is not received, your admission offer will expire.
5. Make final payment
One month prior to your program start date, the remainder of the tuition must be paid to the University.
6. Get your health care plan
If you are an International student with Extended Education at the University of Manitoba, enrollment in the Manitoba International Student Insurance Plan is mandatory.
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7. Refund Policy
The $300 application fee and the $2,000 tuition deposit payable at time of admission into the program are non-refundable and non-transferrable. The remainder of the tuition is fully refundable if you decide to withdraw before the program start date. Once the program has started, there is no refund of tuition fees. In exceptional circumstances, Extended Education may consider a refund if an appeal is filed and documentation provided.
Q: Is there a conditional admission pathway?
Answer: Effective January 1, 2020, those that do not meet English Language Proficiency requirements and are seeking conditional admission into Applied Business Management, Applied Human Resources Management, and Applied Business Analysis (Intensive Program Packages) will need to enrol in the Academic English Program for University and College Entrance (AEPUCE) offered by the English Language Centre (ELC).
Conditional admission application process into one of the Intensive Program Packages must be done through Extended Education.
For more information on AEPUCE please visit http://umanitoba.ca/student/elc/fulltime
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