Feb 24, 2024  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 

Enterprise Management Using SAP Software (12)

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Certificate of Undergraduate Study

Coordinator: Russell Devereaux, Department of Operations Management and Information Systems

This certificate is designed for all majors. Enterprise Management Using SAP Software is a broad category of technologies, applications, and practices for gathering, storing, accessing, and analyzing enterprise data to support effective decision making. Enterprise software is a category of computer programs used to run a business. Enterprise software is designed to solve organization-wide problems, rather than individual departmental problems. The goal for an organization adopting enterprise software is improved productivity and efficiency through better management of its core business processes. The market leader in enterprise software is SAP. A certificate in Enterprise Management Using SAP Software will allow students to understand how to run organizations more effectively by improving various business processes and using SAP technology.

Students must maintain good academic standing within the university, achieve a minimum grade of a C in each course applied toward the certificate, and complete all certificate course work within a period of four calendar years. Only courses taken at NIU may be applied toward the certificate. Courses used to satisfy the requirements for the certificate may only be applied toward an undergraduate degree with approval of the major department. Some courses may have prerequisites that are not part of the certificate curriculum.

Students interested in the certificate should apply no later than the beginning of their final semester prior to graduation, but they are urged to apply as soon as they complete OMIS 338 so the coordinator may advise students regarding course scheduling. Applications are available in the Department of Operations Management and Information Systems.

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