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Business Intelligence Analyst

Learning how to analyze, interpret and use data to make informed
business decisions, with a focus on data warehousing, data mining,
data visualization, and business analytics tools and techniques.



Business Intelligence course is a program that teaches students how to use data analytics tools and techniques to interpret and analyze business data to make informed decisions.

Students learn how to design, build and manage data warehouses, data mining, data visualization, and business analytics tools to provide insights and help businesses to gain a competitive advantage. This program includes practical experiences such as internships, lab projects, and case studies.

Program code LEA.DK
Type of diploma Attestation of Collegial Studies (ACS)
Program category 400 – Administrative techniques
Units to be completed to obtain the diploma 43
Total duration 5 sessions
Total time to complete the diploma 1350 hours
Number of internships offered 1
Duration of internship 285 heures


About the program:

  • Full-time
  • Limited capacity
  • Offered at both campuses
  • This program is offered in English and French.
  • Mandatory internship in a company


Program objectives:

The objective of the Business Intelligence Analysis program at Canada College Inc. is to train students to analyze organizational and environmental data in order to make strategic decisions within a company. Students will be able to provide management and statistical reports. They will be able to model, design, build and administer a data warehouse.


Program Highlights:

Upon graduation, students will be able to perform analysis using powerful tools such as Oracle and Microsoft. They will have the capabilities to model complex and effective reports and dashboards tailored to employer expectations.

To learn more about the application process, please go to the admissions tab for more information.


Content Description:

The Business Intelligence Analyst program consists of 43 units in total, spread over five semesters. During the course of the program, students must complete 465 hours of theory and 885 hours of practical courses, for a total of 1,350 hours. In order to graduate, the student must complete all of the courses listed below:


List of required courses:


Course Code Course Name Duration (hours)
420-DA1-GC Business Intelligence at the Workplace 45
420-DB2-GC Programming Language 75
420-DC1-GC Query and Reporting Tools 75
420-DD1-GC Data Integration Platforms 75
420-DE1-GC Business Intelligence Concepts and Architecture 60
420-DF1-GC Business Intelligence Databases 75
420-DG1-GC Database Server 75
420-DH1-GC ETL Functionality and Artificial Intelligence 75
420-DJ1-GC Architecture and Modeling 75
420-DK1-GC Reporting and Dashboards 75
420-DL1-GC Information Security 60
420-DM1-GC Electronic Commerce 75
420-DN1-GC Computer Network Monitoring 75
420-DP1-GC Master data management 75
420-DR1-GC Development of data exchange services 75
420-LTN-GC Business Intelligence Internship 285
Total 1350

Accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education (MES), the college is recognized as a college-level technical institution - Permit 693550
Accredited by the Ministry of Education, Collège Canada inc. is recognized as a private educational institution at vocational training level - Permit 660500


Canada College Inc. is founded on the principles of academic excellence, professional support and student success. It accompanies its students in their process of development and integration into Quebec and Canadian society.


1231 Sainte Catherine W, Montreal, QC

1118 Sainte Catherine W, Montreal, QC

1001 Sherbrooke E, Montreal, QC

93 Greber, Gatineau, QC

250 King E, Sherbrooke City, QC


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