Graduate Certificate - Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

General

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Program Description

Employers are looking for supply chain management and logistics professionals who have ERP skills and certification.  The ERP certificate prepares students to pursue a variety of SAP professional roles and certifications by understanding process integration, data analytics, and business intelligence.  Also, the ERP certification provides a pathway for students to internships and employment opportunities with companies that use SAP software applications who will consider students with SAP coursework more attractive candidates. The need for expertise with ERP systems is globally recognized as a standardized criterion for various roles in industry, government, and academia.

Required Courses

  • TL 715: Introduction to ERP
  • TL 725: ERP Configuration
  • TL 735: Practical Data Analytics

Gaining a deep understanding the problems that customers face is how you build products that provide value and grow. It all starts with a conversation. You have to let go of your assumptions so you can listen with an open mind and understand what’s actually important to them. That way you can build something that makes their life better. Something they actually want to buy.

Graduate Certificate Applicants

How to Apply to Graduate Certificate Programs

Application to a graduate certificate program requires submission of the following materials. All the materials are submitted to the Graduate School.

  • A completed NDSU Graduate School application;
  • A $35 application fee;
  • Official copies of your transcript (grade report) from each college or university you’ve attended or are attending, including all undergraduate and graduate work:
    • Transcripts are considered official only if they arrive in a sealed envelope from the issuing institution.
    • For international students, certified English translations must also be included.
    • You do not need to submit transcripts for prior NDSU coursework; the Graduate School will obtain NDSU records already on file.
  • A statement of purpose that outlines your reasons for pursuing graduate study, including special interests within your chosen discipline and any relevant skills and experience you have acquired;
  • A TOEFL or IELTS test score — required of all applicants whose native language is not English:
    • The score must be submitted before your application will be considered.
    • To be considered for admission, you must have achieved a minimum score of 525 (paper-based), 197 (computer-based), or 71 (internet-based) for the TOEFL, or a minimum score of 6 for the IELTS.
    • The test date must be within two years of the date of your application to the Graduate School.

After Submitting Your Application

Once the Graduate School has received a complete application, it will be forwarded to the department for review. Each graduate program makes its own recommendation, but the final admission decision is the responsibility of the Dean of the College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies.

The NDSU Graduate School application procedure places responsibility on the applicant to gather all supporting credentials and verifying that the application file is complete. The deadline for submission is dependent upon the program. If no deadline is listed on the program's bulletin page, all application materials are due at least one month prior to the start of the semester.

Last updated Oct 2020

About the School

We are a nearly 14,000 student-focused, land-grant, research university located in Fargo, North Dakota. NDSU offers 100 undergraduate majors, more than 50 doctoral programs and more than 80 master's d ... Read More

We are a nearly 14,000 student-focused, land-grant, research university located in Fargo, North Dakota. NDSU offers 100 undergraduate majors, more than 50 doctoral programs and more than 80 master's degree programs. Read less