Enterprise Resource Planning Graduate Certificate
The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) graduate certificate is designed for students and working professionals who want to enhance their management and technical skills, or enter and advance careers in enterprise systems. No prior ERP experience is required and students acquire skills in the evaluation, installation, utilization and application of ERP software across multiple business functions.
Current graduate students from any discipline, IT professionals, project team members, and other professionals can benefit from a knowledge of ERP systems in any environment. Afternoon, evening and Saturday classes accommodate working professionals. Credits from the ERP graduate certificate can be applied towards a Master of Science in Information Systems degree.
The certificate includes four core courses (eight credits) and two elective courses (four credits).
|Course number||Course title||Credit hours||Semester|
|IS 7050||ERP I||2||Fall|
|IS 7052||ERP II||2||Spring|
|IS 8050||Introduction to ABAP||2||Spring|
|IS 8056||SAP TERP-10 Certification||2||Spring|
|IS 8040||Enterprise Architecture||2||Spring|
|IS 6030**||Data Management||2||Fall|
|IS 7034*||Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence||2||Spring|
|OM 7083||Supply Chain Strategy||2||Fall/spring|
|IS 7030||Data Modeling||2||Fall|
*Requires prerequisite of IS 6030: Data Management OR IS 7032: Database Design.
**This course is not for MS-IS students, replace with IS 7030.
Note: This certificate is temporarily placed on hiatus and we are not currently accepting applications.
To learn more about this certificate, please contact:
Assistant Professor - Educator, Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems
3324 Carl H. Lindner Hall