The first joint Trinity-Infosys program, Business Analysis for Digital Transformation, provides new Infosys hires with eight weeks of training, uniquely fusing business analysis, design thinking, liberal arts skills, and foundational technology.

Program information:

  • Trainees come from across the country; most are recent graduates.  Some will stay to work at Infosys’s innovation hub in Hartford, while others will be assigned nationally.
  • Trinity faculty and staff are deeply engaged in the first five weeks of the program.  They teach modules, reinforcing the power of liberal arts skills and inspiring creative thinking.
  • Our partners at the CT Data Collaborative offer a half-day workshop, showcasing the area’s resources.  
  • Learn more about how recent Trinity graduates like Wilfried Tentchou ’09 are applying their liberal arts education as business analysts at Infosys.
  • Informed by the IIBA and the liberal arts, Infosys employees are equipped to bridge the gap between IT and business needs by assessing processes, determining requirements and delivering data-driven recommendations and reports to stakeholders.

Digital badge:


Program completion is recognized with a digital badge that can be published on social media such as LinkedIn and/or listed in resumes.