Become a Business Analyst Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Business Analysis
Role of Business analyst
Skills of a Business analyst
Why a Business analyst?
Structure of the development team
Position of Business analyst in the development team
Section 2: System Development Life cycle (SDLC)
Understanding concept of Business modeling
Requirement gathering
Section 3: Requirement Gathering Strategy
Importance of requirement gathering
Requirement gathering techniques
Different Types of requirements
JAD session
Role of BA in JAD session
Preparing JAD session agenda
How to conduct JAD session
Creating Functional Requirement documentation
Creating Software Requirement specification
Section 4: Software Engineering Methods
Waterfall Model
Software Prototyping
Incremental Build Model
Iterative and Incremental Development
Spiral Model
Clean room Software Engineering
Rapid Application Development (RAD)
Dynamic System Development Method (DSDM)
Unified Process
Extreme Programming (XP)
Agile Software Development
Lean Software Development
Rational Unified Process (RUP)
Dual Vee Model
Test - Driven Development
Behavior - Driven Development
Feature – Driven Development
Domain – Driven Design
Model – Driven Engineering
Section 5: Use case
Understanding use cases
Use case relationships
Creating use cases from requirement
Change management and version control
Section 6: UML Methodology
Use case diagrams
Activity diagrams
Section 7: Software testing
Introduction to QA methodology
Role of BA in testing
Creating test cases
Section 8: US Health care Domain
What is Health Insurance
Components of Health Insurance
Types of Health Insurance Coverages
Types of Health Insurance (HMO, PPO, POS)
Provider vs. Payer, and NPI
Claims Process Flow
Claims Submission
Claims Adjudication Processing
Encounters Submission
Compliance Check
Section 9: Finance Domain
Journal Entry
Profit and Lose A/C
Income and Expenditure A/C
Balance Sheet
Cash flow
Section 10: Review session
Reviewing the entire business analyst course
Question and answer sessions
Reviewing of potential interview questions
Section 11: Projects
  • $799.00
  • 40 Days
  • Course Certificate