The Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning is designed for business students who desire a sequence of courses that focus specifically on the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) area. 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.
ERP certificate students will not only develop knowledge in ERP but also develop mobile ERP applications and participate in an ERP simulation game. Because the Lubar School is home to one of only six SAP University Competence Centers in the world, Lubar faculty have extensive ERP teaching experience.
The certificate is designed for non-Information Technology Management majors. This five-course sequence prepares students for the SAP TERP 10 certification exam.
Students interested in the certificate program should contact Undergraduate Student Services, Lubar Hall N297, (414) 229-5271, firstname.lastname@example.org, to make a formal declaration of their intention.
To obtain the certificate, a Lubar School of Business non-ITM major must complete 15 credits of required coursework while fulfilling all requirements of the baccalaureate degree.
|BUS ADM 336||Enterprise Systems and Data Analytics||3|
|Choose four of the following courses:||12|
|Enterprise Systems Concepts and Issues|
|Business Process Integration|
|Web Application Server Development|
|TERP 10 Certification|
Note: A non-ITM business major may count no more than 6 credits from a major towards the Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning.
To apply to the Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning program, students must be admitted to Lubar School of Business and have completed the foundation courses.
Students must complete all coursework required for the certificate with at least a 2.25 GPA to have the certificate posted on the transcript at graduation. At least half of the credits required for the certificate must be taken in residence at UWM. No courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.