Certificate Program

 "Making the Transition from Course Work to Real Work Easier"

 

As a member of the SAP University Alliances Program since 2003, the College of Business is committed to increasing your Competitive Edge by providing education and training using the SAP R/3 system, one of the most-used ERP systems in the world.

Local companies and organizations such Sasol, ExxonMobil, Dow Chemical, Community Coffee, Entergy, Shell Oil, International Paper, CocaCola, State of Louisiana Gov., and others use the SAP R/3 systems to operate a variety of supply chain processes. In this program, you gain real-life experience on the efficient and effective operations of a business using the ERP SAP R/3 System. 

Also, this program will provide a path toward pursuing an SAP Certificate of Recognition or an SAP Consultant Certification (SAP TERP10), recognized world-wide.

SAP Recognition Award Certificate

To receive the award certificate, students have to complete three courses with a grade of "C" or better.

Undergraduate Courses

  •  MGMT 312 Purchasing and Materials Management
  •  MGMT 410 Supply Chain Management
  •  MGMT 446 Enterprise Resource Planning

Eligibility

All of the above courses are open to Business and non-Business major students.

 

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Learn more about SAP

SAP University Alliances

SAP Community Network

ASUG Americas’ SAP Users’ Group

 

Learn More about Supply Chain/Logistics

APICS American Production and InventoryControl Society

ISM Institute for Supply Management

CSCMP Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

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For additional Information, please contact the Department Office

 

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