We are here to help you build the program that best meets your needs. Email
your Certificate Program Administrator or call 888.545.8571 for more information.
Q. How can I determine whether I am an appropriate candidate for the Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program?
Our certificate programs are appropriate for anyone looking to advance their career in the field of Business Analysis/Requirements Management. Call us at 888.545.8571 and we'll help you select the program that's right for you.
Q. Where can I find a full description of courses and pricing?
Click here to search for the latest information about courses that interest you.
Q. Do courses have to be taken in sequence in order to receive certificate program credit for them?
No, but most students find that completing the required core curriculum first helps them to better understand the elective course material.
Q. Can I receive credit for a course that I attended prior to enrolling in the Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program?
Yes, you may count courses up to 1 one year prior to enrolling in the program, as long as you meet the requirements for full attendance. You must complete the Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program within three years from the first day of the first class you take.
Q. In order to satisfy the curriculum for the Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program, may I transfer credit from courses I have taken elsewhere?
Management Concepts considers credit transfer requests on a case-by-case basis. Such requests must be sent to your Program Coordinator via email or at 888.545.8571 who will submit them to the Management Concepts Certificate Program Board. Please provide the certificate of completion, course objective outline, and number of CPE credits along with your request.
Q. Does my curriculum change if I enrolled in the Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program in a previous year?
Management Concepts will apply the solution that works best for you. Any questions?
Contact your Program Coordinator at 888.545.8571.
Q. I am already a certified PMP®. How can I benefit from these programs?
All of the courses in our Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program provide the Professional Development Units (PDUs) you'll need to maintain your certification. PMI® requires an annual minimum of 60 PDUs. The Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Program candidates who hold PMP® credentials consistently tell us that they're learning new information and skills.
Q. Can Business Analysis/Requirements Management Certificate Programs be delivered at my organization?
Yes. Our programs can also be tailored to meet your organization's specific needs. Contact your Program Coordinator at 888.545.8571 for more information.
- Choose the Certificate Program and/or Track (as applicable)
- Enroll in the program
Submit your Letter of Intent online, by fax: 703.790.1371, or by mail
Attn: Certificate Programs Office
8230 Leesburg Pike
Tysons Corner, VA 22182
- Submitting this form enrolls you in the program but does not obligate you to take any courses.
- Select and Register in the related courses
Register online or call our Customer Service Department at 888.545.8571.
- Complete the program requirements
See Additional Information section on individual program pages for full details.
- Graduate and receive your Certificate!
To learn more about this Certificate Program, call 888.545.8571.
Management Concepts Certificate Programs are designed to help you develop the comprehensive knowledge and skills needed for highly competent performance and long-term success in your field. Our courses also may be used to meet requirements of other certifying bodies.
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