As a Biomedical science graduate from the University of Bedfordshire, I was exposed to applications relative to performing and closely evaluating sets of technical procedures needed by health care organizations in screening, maintaining and improving human health. My line of work consisted basically of testing softwares pertinent to applications of biological-based science as critical inputs to medical use. My constant interaction with information technology applications enhanced my desire to pursue a field of endeavor closely related to business and organizational systems and design. I realized that the critical role of information technology accords one with far greater opportunities and rewards in terms of career benefits. I am therefore committed and dedicated to delve into Business Systems Analysis and Design (BSAD) from the City University London, considered as one of the most prestigious universities in Europe.
All organizations exist for a specified and well-defined purpose. As I have been part of various organizations, I have realized the need to be more adept in relating my undergraduate degree to application in information technology and business systems analysis and design. The BSAD program specifically emphasized suitability for interested applicants from any academic discipline as the thrust of the course would be on project-based applications and people-centered approaches. I am currently working as a technical test lead with Capita Education. Capita produces MIS software for schools. Previously, I was connected with FSA and NHS as a Tester. FSA is the governing body for all trade market in UK. It lays the law the banks and markets need to adhere to.
My previous career limited my interrelationships with colleagues and associates due to the technical requirements of the job but the experiences provided me with opportunities for database exposure and system architecture and design. I am fully aware that the BSAD program offers potentials