In today’s global market, businesses need professionals who can work smarter and create logical and efficient processes that work in synergy to give operations economic opportunity and create growth. Built on a centralized database and business intelligence, enterprise systems (ES) aim to consolidate all business operations into a uniform, real-time, and enterprise-wide system.
ES professionals use software that relies on computational power with massive data storage and transmission capabilities to support enterprise processes, information flows, reporting, and data analytics within and among complex organizations. Typical enterprise systems include Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
This certificate program will offer you the tools needed to use specific software architecture that will engineer the flow of information among all business functions inside the boundaries of the organization and to outside stakeholders.
This certificate program is specifically designed for those who are interested in acquiring expertise and skills in the growing discipline of ES to help today’s modern organizations remain competitive in their respective fields. ES professionals affect organizations in 10 positive ways, such as:
- Saved money, time and energy
- Improved collaboration across teams
- Real-time data analytics for accurate reports
- Improved collaborative efforts with processes systemwide
- Increased productivity among departments
- Satisfied customers
- Mitigated risks
- Simplified compliance in the supply chain
- Improved inventory monitoring
- Refined production planning, to end to end
The Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Systems is open to both degree- and non-degree seeking students and offers a valuable set of courses that provide the tools needed to understand and optimize planning for the internal and external factors that influence the way an organization functions. Those trained with specific ES skills are in-demand in today’s global market as they devise efficient systems that integrate workers, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or provide a service.Gain the skills needed to use ERP business process management software to automate and integrate many of the various functions of an enterprise within a single database for accurate projections, sustainability, and profitability. Explore the newest methods used for supply chain management that help maximize production and flow of goods and services from point of origin to point of consumption. Also, learn to manage customer relationships through technology and streamline processes for improved engagement and profitability.
Students must take at least 5 required courses and receive an average grade of “B” or higher. In addition, students who attain “B” or better in at least three courses will also earn a SAP certificate. All the credits earned in this Certificate program may be used in the Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM) degree program provided the student is admitted to the MSEM degree program prior to the completion of no more than 12 Graduate Certificate credits.
EIN 6133: Enterprise Engineering
Description: Enterprise processes and functions, enterprise engineering methodology and techniques, enterprise scalability, systems and vertical integration, systems design and implementation.
EGS 5620: Enterprise Systems Configuration
Description: Enterprise systems overview; major enterprise functions; standard operation procedures; system configuration and parameters; master data; user interfaces and reports; and hands-on experience.
EGS 5621: Enterprise Systems Collaboration
Description: Collaborative engineering and environment; decision processes; changes management; virtual enterprise operation systems; and hands-on experience with a commercial enterprise operation system.
EGS 5622: Enterprise Systems Integration
Description: Enterprise architectures; work flow modeling and design; systems integration methodology; vertical and horizontal integration; master data analysis and integration; and hands-on experience
EGS 5623: Enterprise Systems Optimization
Description: Supply networks overview; interactive supply network planning; optimal systems and process design; optimization techniques and heuristics; master and transaction data transfer; and hands-on experience.
A minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75 is required for admission. International graduate student applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit a score for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). A total score of 80 on the iBT TOEFL or 6.5 overall on the IELTS is required.
Tuition and AidThis certificate requires completion of 5 courses. Each course is $2,500.
Our faculty are nationally and internationally recognized scholars, exercising leadership roles in professional associations/organizations and editing some of leading journals in their fields.
15 Credits Required
$2,500.00 Per Course
- Fully online certificate
- Credits may be used to pursue MS in Engineering Management
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