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New Post 10/12/2016 7:59 PM
User is offline Jo
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Are there private institutions for higher education that supports Business Analysts? 

I'm interested to study further Business Analysis and taking a Masters degree. I'd like to know if there are private institutions or non-profit organizations that supports or financially supports Business Analysts. Thanks!

 
New Post 1/2/2018 8:24 AM
User is offline Will Cheaqui
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Re: Are there private institutions for higher education that supports Business Analysts? 

Hi Jo,

I am getting ready to start a program at Grand Canyon University to pursue a Master of Science Degree in Business Analytics. The program is part time, online, block classes that should be finished in about 20 months. They are regionally accredited and the total cost is about $19,000 US Dollars. It seems like a good program, and if you qualify for a Pell Grant, that should take care of the cost. I plan to work full time as I go to school, and I believe that is normal.

 

Hope this helps,

Will

 
New Post 1/5/2018 2:08 AM
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Re: Are there private institutions for higher education that supports Business Analysts? 

I would suggest you to think on a bigger picture. If you want to pursue education then go for a bigger umbrella, try to enroll in project management related degree. It will benefit you later. You can get certification of BA even later. 

 
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