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Following the achievement of the objectives set within the program framework and upon the completion of all courses, including the internship, the student will obtain an Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) recognized by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur du Québec.

International students are eligible for post graduate working visa.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Business Intelligence Analyst program at College Canada Inc. consists of 14 distinct competencies aimed at training future computer analysts. At the end of his training, the student will be proficient at:

  • analyzing organizational and environmental data in order to make strategic decisions within the company;

  • specifying the requirements of a data warehouse;

  • modeling, designing, building and administering a data warehouse;

  • providing management, statistics and analysis reports to those in charge of his business.

 

The Business Intelligence Analyst program at College Canada Inc. aims to train students in the field of information technology (IT). The student will be capable of performing analysis using powerful tools (Oracle and Microsoft) as well as modeling complex, efficient reports and decision-making dashboards adapted to the employers’ expectations.

 

The objectives of the curriculum are to:

  • understand the definition, structure and purpose of data warehouses, data counters, as well as other forms of storage;

  • define the key stages of data integration and understand the contribution of specialized tools compared to conventional programming languages;

  • understand how the data access and analysis tools can make end customers autonomous in the analytical process;

  • identify and understand the different phases of a business intelligence project;

  • define the actors, as well as their roles and responsibilities, in a business intelligence project;

 

These technicians are called upon to work in:

  • consulting firms;

  • information technology services in the private sector;

  • information technology services in the public sector;

  • as self-employed workers, as consultants.

 

Computer analysts main tasks include to:

  • identify and document customer needs;

  • carry out technical and commercial studies;

  • design, develop, integrate and implement computer systems;

  • counsel on information systems strategies, policies, management, security and service delivery.

 

The profile corresponds to the following national occupational classification:

  • 2171 – Information systems analysts and consultants

Other job titles corresponding to the national occupational classification:

  • Commercial analyst / IT analyst

  • Sales analyst / Computer systems analyst

  • Commercial analyst / IT analyst (Information Technology)

  • Computer systems analyst

  • Information systems analyst – Computer systems

  • Computer systems analyst

  • Business continuity analyst

  • Computer analyst

  • MIS (Management Information System) analyst – IT systems

  • Management Information System (MIS) analyst

  • Management Information System (MIS) analyst – Computer systems

  • Information technology analyst

  • IT consultant

  • Consultant in MIS (management information system) – Computer systems

  • Management information system (MIS) consultant – Computer systems

  • Computer systems consultant

  • Information technology (IT) consultant

  • Data processing consultant

  • Commercial IT systems specialist

  • Electronic data processing verifier

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