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How to Become a Data Communications Analyst

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Attend college. A data communications analyst is required to have at a minimum a bachelor's degree from a four-year accredited college. The courses that were taken should have concentrated on computer systems networking and telecommunications.

Get a MBA. A MBA with a concentration in information systems can help you land a data communications analyst job.

Find an internship in the information technology field. A person with field experience is more likely to get hired as a data communications analyst. Contact an established data communications analyst and inquire about working under him to gain work experience and learn the basics of the profession.

Brush up on your operating skills. A data communications analyst must know computer systems and software inside and out. You must stay up to date on all of the current technologies.

Look into certification. Professional certification as a data communications analyst can help your chances for landing a position at a firm as an in-house consultant.

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