This advanced program is ideal for experienced business analysts looking to advance their skills or obtain and maintain CBAP® Certification. During the three courses comprising this program, you will learn how to define, elicit and manage unstable requirements by taking an iterative approach; explore use case modeling and conduct feasibility studies and develop effective business cases; and learn how to track project return on investment and assess the realization of business objectives.
To earn your Advanced Business Analysis Certificate, you must complete the following three courses within 18 months in the proposed order below. You may register for individual courses without enrolling in the certificate program.
There are no courses open for enrollment at this time.
Admission is discretionary. CEG/Duke University Management Training programs require students be at least 18 years of age and meet minimum suitability standards. Students are not matriculated Duke University students and university student privileges do not apply to CEG/Duke University Management Training programs students. CEG/Duke University Management Training programs reserve the exclusive right, at their sole and absolute discretion, to withhold registration or require withdrawal from the program of any student or applicant.
After completing the certificate program, fulfilling the course requirements and passing post-course exams, participants receive a letter grade and certificate of completion jointly issued by CEG/Duke University Management Training Programs.
Requests for transcripts should be directed to CEG at email@example.com
1-800-288-7246 (U.S. only)
Certificates are of non-credit status and therefore do not apply toward a degree.
You will receive confirmation of your registration.
Note: Once registered, enrollment details will be emailed by our partner, Corporate Education Group (CEG,) at least a week prior to the start date of the course/program.
Questions regarding course participation should be directed to a CEG Training Advisor at 1-800-288-7246 (US only), +1-978-649-8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice of cancellation, (which occurs prior to the beginning of a program or course) and withdrawal, (which occurs after the beginning of a program or course) should be conveyed via email to the organization which processed the registration initially: Corporate Education Group (CEG) or Duke Continuing Studies (DCS). This notification email should include the first and last name used to register for the course/program, the title of the course/program, start date and the reason for cancelling or withdrawing.
Refunds, if applicable, are issued by the organization which originally processed the registration, paid only to the recipient who originally purchased the course/program and credited to the original source of payment.
For Instructor-led classroom-based or Virtual programs:
Refunds for cancellations or withdrawals will be made to REGISTRANT on a per course basis in accordance with the following refund schedule:
For Asynchronous (self-paced) online programs:
Refunds for cancellations or withdrawals will be made to REGISTRANT on a per program basis in accordance with the following refund schedule:
Cancellation of a course/program by either CEG or DCS entitles the student to a full refund.
For questions or to send a written notification of cancellation or withdrawal:
1-800-288-7246 (US only)/ +1-978-649-8200
Duke Continuing Studies:
Course fees and expenses are sometimes tax deductible. Please consult an accountant concerning this matter. Non-credit programs at Duke Continuing Studies do not generate 1098-T forms, in accordance with the following IRS guideline: