Linking Project Management With Business Strategy
"Coulda, shoulda, woulda." Start with a solid foundation and decrease your chances of hearing these types of statements when it's time to wrap up your project. When a project is just getting underway, there are areas such as definition, development of the project statement of purpose, project objectives, and identification of business risks that require expertise in both project management and business analysis. Having a good handle on business analysis ensures that the scope is feasible and that are being gathered, analyzed, and documented to meet the stakeholders' needs. On the flip side, having a strong grasp in project management will enable you to review the requirements, adjust the plan as necessary, and accurately review the ultimate solution.
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Students in the Project Management and Business Analysis Track complete the major in Business Administration and 24 units in the track, of which 15 units are in required courses and 9 units are from elective courses.
The Project Management and Business Analysis (PMBA) track is a rigorous, high-quality program that addresses the needs and wishes of stakeholders in today’s globally integrated and technology-driven business environment. Project managers and business analysts are key employees in every industry and all types of companies, all over the world. In today’s fast-changing environment, project management is rapidly becoming one of the most important functions within organizations as they implement projects to respond to market and economic demands. The program is designed to offer project management and business analysis education to students wishing to pursue careers in areas such as project management, business analysis, and business consulting. The program will offer the latest in technological tools needed to compete in today’s competitive business environment.