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Integrate Knowledge. Discover Efficiencies.

You deserve a degree that sets you apart from others and provides the knowledge you need to be an expert. The University of Scranton’s AACSB-accredited MBA program with a specialization in Enterprise Resource Planning gives today’s top business leaders the practical knowledge and technical information to elevate their organization. Our program is endorsed by SAP and is designed to successfully prepare graduates to sit for SAP certification.

No previous familiarity or experience with ERP software is required. The curriculum within the specialization will help you:

  • Become proficient in the configuration, use, and strategic application of ERP software across a wide range of business functions
  • Apply your knowledge of ERP systems to any software environment or industry
  • Enhance your managerial and technical skill sets
  • Learn the ins and outs of the ERP software by SAP, one of the top vendors in the marketplace

ERP Specialization Guide (PDF)
ERP Certificate Guide (PDF)

ERP Certificate

For students who wish to specialize in a different area but would still like training in enterprise resource management systems, Scranton offers the Certificate in Enterprise Resource Management. Learn from the same distinguished professors and take the same classes as students in the MBA specialization.

Once you’ve earned your certificate or MBA with ERP specialization from The University of Scranton, you may participate in a two-week boot camp offered through the SAP University Alliances Program. The intensive training is followed by an exam, which awards the SAP Certified Business Associate with SAP ERP 6.0 certification to those who pass.

Career Outlook for Enterprise Resource Planning Managers

There is a growing need for skilled employees to implement, use, and upgrade ERP software to increase efficiency and help organizations stay competitive. By combining your ERP knowledge with the business expertise of an MBA, you’ll be poised to take a leadership position in the field and increase your earning potential.
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