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Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate

Program Overview

Work directly with the world’s leading ERP software.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems help organizations of all sizes manage day-to-day activities and are now essential to customer relations, finance, procurement, and other core business functions.

In this ERP graduate certificate, you’ll work hands-on with software from SAP — the world’s largest business software company — while enhancing your managerial skills.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems help organizations of all sizes manage day-to-day activities and are now essential to customer relations, finance, procurement, and other core business functions.

In this ERP graduate certificate, you’ll work hands-on with software from SAP — the world’s largest business software company — while enhancing your managerial skills.

Quick Facts

8

months to complete

12–18

total credit hours

$965

per credit hour

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Less Than a Year to SAP Certification

Companies need ERP professionals who understand how to use industry management systems to take the processes and data from an entire organization and integrate them into a unified system.

In just eight months, you’ll learn how to apply the latest technology in a business context, integrate business strategy and processes, and put information technology theory into practice.

The Enterprise Resource Planning certificate is offered by the Kania School of Management, which has a long-standing partnership with SAP and is accredited by AACSB International, the highest designation possible for a business school.

You’ll complete this certificate ready to enroll in SAP E-Academy’s online SAP Certification Course at a discounted price, then take the SAP Certification Exam!

Career OutLook: Market-Relevant Skills in a Growing Field

By 2024, ERP is expected to grow into a $49.5 billion global industry.1 Organizations are increasingly turning to this technology to improve efficiency and sharpen their competitive edge.

A career path for an ERP professional may be in finance, human resources, information technology, manufacturing, marketing, sales, or a number of other exciting industries. An average salary for an ERP Analyst is $68,788 a year.2

Career Outlook

Curriculum: Hands-On ERP Experience. Specialized Courses.

Through this AACSB-accredited certificate program, students develop a deep understanding of ERP and the skills to thrive in an in-demand career path in just eight months. Two core courses and two electives give students an in-depth look at production planning and control, the customer relationship, financial management, and more.

Curriculum

Program Outcomes: Graduate Ready to Advance

You’ll complete this certificate program ready to:

Admission Requirements

To apply for the Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate from The University of Scranton, you’ll need:

Admissions Info

Tuition Details

The Enterprise Resource Planning Certificate program at Scranton consists of 12–18 credit hours and costs $965 per credit hour.

We strive to provide you with an affordable, high-quality education. That’s why we’re ranked a Best Value School, Regional Universities North, by U.S. News & World Report for 2020.

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Faculty: Learn From AACSB-Accredited Faculty

All faculty members in the Kania School of Management are part of an elite group of institutions verified by AACSB International, the highest designation possible for a business school. They are skilled in creating dynamic learning environments that help students succeed through highly specialized courses.

Faculty at Scranton

Why Learn Online?

Earn a degree without interrupting your career. You’ll be part of an online learning community led by a diverse and expert faculty. Online programs reflect the same rigorous standards as our on-campus programs.

Scranton Online

Financial Aid

Financial aid options are available to help you pay for your education. A personal financial aid counselor will assist you in identifying and taking full advantage of all opportunities.

Financial Aid Details

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question we don’t cover here, request more information or call 866-373-9547.

You can complete this program in as few as eight months.

As a program offered in conjunction with the world’s largest ERP software company, SAP, the ERP Certificate is designed to give you the skills and expertise you’ll need to start a new career as an ERP professional, advance in your current position, or migrate to an ERP consulting position. Careers in Enterprise Resource Planning include Application Architect, ERP Consultant, and Project Manager, among others.

Learn more about what you can do with a Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning from The University of Scranton on our ERP career outlook page.

No. Students do not need to have a background in SAP software to apply.

The ERP Certificate program costs $965 per credit hour, with a total estimated cost of tuition of $11,580.

For more information about costs, please visit our tuition page.

You can choose to attend the ERP Certificate program either full- or part-time.

This program requires a total of four classes to complete the program. Students will take two required courses and two elective courses:

Required Courses:

  • ERP 510: Integrated Enterprise Management Systems
  • ERP 514: Accounting Integration and Configuration

Elective Courses:

  • ERP 511: Production Planning and Control
  • ERP 512: Customer Relationship Management
  • ERP 513: Treasury Management
  • ERP 515: Business Intelligence

Students may also need to take pre-requisite courses. Learn more about our ERP Certification curriculum.

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Sources:

  1. Market Watch. (2019 February 18). Press Release: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Market is Projected to Cross US$ 49.50 Billion By 2024. Retrieved November 21, 2019, from https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/enterprise-resource-planning-erp-market-2020-globalsizetrends-demand-and-share-analysis-to-2025-2020-04-17
  2. PayScale. (2019). Average ERP Analyst Salary. Retrieved November 21, 2019, from https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=ERP_Analyst/Salary