IT Analyst

Most employers prefer that candidates have at least a bachelor's degree in a field related to the industry. For jobs in a technical field, degrees in information science, computer science or engineering are required, while business environments typically require a degree in management information systems. Increasingly employers are seeking those with an MBA plus a concentration in information systems. Because business and interpersonal skills are vital, graduates with non-technical degrees who have completed courses in computer programming and other information technology fields are also attractive to potential employers.

Job Duties and Requirements for Becoming an IT Analyst:

An IT analyst, also called a systems analyst, designs and implements information systems that optimize organizational efficiency. The process begins with managers, who provide the IT analyst with a broad objective, like capturing marketing research data. The IT analyst employs modeling, information engineering and cost-based accounting to develop a system that satisfies both management and end-users in the most cost-effective and efficient way possible. Upon approval, the IT analyst oversees its implementation by managing programmers, coders and equipment vendors to ensure the design is properly executed in a timely manner and stays within budget. The IT analyst also debugs the system and ensures that it is error-free.

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