Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are critical information systems that connect a company’s operations, including purchasing, production, sales, service, accounting, supply chain, finance and asset management, and customer/supplier relationships.
There has been a rapid increase in the number of organizations looking for professionals with Enterprise Resource Planning skills. In the Lubar School’s ERP Certificate program, you’ll not only develop knowledge in ERP, but you’ll also develop mobile ERP applications and participation in an ERP simulation game to make your learning more “real.” You’ll also get hands-on experience with UWM’s SAP HANA appliance.
Because the Lubar School is home to one of only five SAP University Competence Centers in the world, Lubar faculty have extensive ERP teaching experience.
This certificate is designed for non-ITM majors who want to develop expertise in ERP. Through the coursework, you’ll be prepared for the SAP TERP 10 certification exam. (ITM majors can take the coursework as electives and also qualify to take the SAP TERP 10 exam.)
Students in a stand-alone certificate who are seeking financial assistance maybe eligible for private loans.
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (15 credits)
Required course (3 credits):
BUS ADM 336 Enterprise Systems and data Analytics
Students choose at least four courses from the following
BUS ADM 536 Business Intelligence
BUS ADM 537 Enterprise Systems Concepts and Issues
BUS ADM 538 Business Process Integration
BUS ADM 539 Web Application Server Development
BUS ADM 540 TERP 10 Certification