SAP Recognition Certificate


SAP ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system is a collection of business software that work together using a common set of data (Master Data). SAP ERP is the global leader in enterprise application software, with more than 170,000 customers in more than 120 countries. They provide enterprise resource planning (ERP), business intelligence (BI) and related applications and services that enable companies of all sizes and in more than 25 industries. Global demand for certified SAP professionals increases every year.

Develop Highly Sought-After Career Skills

The Arthur Bauernfeind College of Business is a proud member of the SAP University Alliances program. This allows us to recognize some of our students with the SAP Student Recognition Award certificate for completing three courses with at least 30% SAP hands-on content in each course. Depending on the course selection, students who earn this award will be able to demonstrate their ability to use enterprise-level software, develop and understand vital business processes essential to the functioning of a modern business.

Why get certified?

Learn more about SAPWith this certificate, you will catch the attention of recruiters from top notch companies that use SAP! A variety of companies/organizations use SAP ERP. The exposure and hands-on experience with SAP in the classroom can increase the ability to integrate knowledge across business disciplines and build a firmer grasp of integrated business processes. SAP experience is very valuable for prospective job seekers and the SAP Recognition Award Certificate is a good way to demonstrate familiarity with the SAP System.


Students who complete three out of the following four SAP integrated courses are eligible to receive the SAP Recognition Award Certificate. Of these ALL students MUST take CIS548.


  • CIS 548: – Enterprise Resource Planning (required)

  • and TWO from 

    • LSC461: Principles of purchasing and supply management

    • LSC480: Supply chain management strategy (Pre: CIS243  & LSC343)

    • MGT558: Advanced topics in human resource management

Some of these courses have additional prerequisites. Plan ahead! The above courses are open to all College of Business major/minor students. 


In order to get your certificate, you must complete the SAP certification form.

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