Start Date November 10, 2021
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The program length for day and evening classes may vary based on the number of scheduled hours per week. Holidays, school closings, and internship schedules may cause the program completion dates to vary as well.
1 Month
The standard classroom schedule is provided here. The clinical internship schedule will vary based on the clinical site. Students must follow their assigned internship schedule, not the AIMS Education class schedule, academic calendar, or the observed holidays and breaks.
Monday - Friday
Cost $949
Delivery Method Online
Financial Assistance
Other financial aid options may be available for this program (scholarships, training grants, VA benefits, etc.). Please contact our financial aid department to learn more.
Course Overview: 

Stay ahead of the rapid changes in the IT industry and your  business analytics skills with help of this Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Certification. This course will help you gain expertise as a business analyst with effective planning, advanced documentation, and business solutions design skills.

Course Highlights
  • 56 hours of applied learning   
  • 32 hours of online self-paced learning
  • 24 hours of instructor-led training
  • 11 case studies and 11 end-of-chapter quizzes
  • Aligned to BABOK® Guide Version 3
  • 25 PMI PDUs and 35 IIBA PDs/CDUs 
  • Three simulation IIBA® exams and four practice exams
Course Delivery Method:

This is an online bootcamp course with online self-learning videos and live instructor-led classes.


This CBAP course has following prerequisites:

  • 900 hours of work experience in four out of six BABOK Guide Version 3 knowledge areas, out of the minimum 7500 hours in the last ten years 
  • Minimum 35 hours of professional development (PDs) in the past four years
  • Two references from a client, career manager, or Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)
  • Signed IIBA Code of Conduct
Skills Covered: 
  • Business analysis 
  • Business analysis planning and monitoring
  • Requirement lifecycle management
  • Strategy analysis
  • Business intelligence
  • Business architecture
  • Business process management
Learning Path
  • Lesson 1

    Course Introduction

  • Lesson 2

    Design Monitoring

  • Lesson 3

    Design Identity and Security

  • Lesson 4

    Design Data Storage

  • Lesson 5

    Design Business Continuity

  • Lesson 6

    Design Infrastructure

Who Will Benefit: 

This Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Certification is ideal for senior analysts, project managers, and aspiring business analysts with at least 5 years of experience.

Key Learning Outcomes: 

This Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP®) Certification helps the learner achieve the following:

  • Prepare for the IIBA-CBAP exam and pass it
  • Understand and apply the key concepts of business analysis 
  • Learn the best practices of business analysis in six knowledge areas
  • Learn and apply 50 business analysis tools and techniques   
  • Deep dive into the five business analysis perspectives: agile, information technology,  business process management, business intelligence, and  business architecture

IIBA® is the registered training provider for this Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) course.

Certification Criteria:

The learner needs to fulfill the following requirements to unlock the certificate:

  • Attend one complete batch or complete at least 85 percent of the course
  • Score a minimum of 60 percent in one simulation test

Career Outlook

Expected Growth (2019 – 2029)*
  • 15%
Annual Average US Salary*
  • $92,00 - $140,000
Demanding Fields
  • Informaon Technology
  • Finance
  • Retail
  • Real Estate
  • Engineering
  • Hospitality Management
  • Business Consulng
Job Opportunies for Professionals
  • IT Developers
  • Analytics Managers
  • Information Architects
  • Analytics professionals
  • Experienced professionals
  • Beginners or Recent
          Graduates in Bachelors or
          Master’s Degree

*Salary and job outlook information comes from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and Projections Central. Employment outcomes are not guaranteed.