Integrating a company’s critical corporate functions into a single Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system is a challenge that many businesses face today. Consequently, 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.
Career Outcomes in a Variety of Industries
Whether you're looking for a job, are positioning yourself for a promotion, or want to move into the ERP field, the online MBA with a specialization in Enterprise Resource Planning can give you the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. This specialization is offered in partnership with the University Alliances Program of SAP, creator of the world's leading ERP system.
Business enterprise training in ERP systems can be applied across a broad range of industries, offering diverse career opportunities and flexibility, and also applies to specific careers and titles, including:
- Director of ERP Development
- ERP Application Analyst
- SAP Team Lead
- Director of SAP Business Analysis
- ERP Consultant
- ERP Operations Director
- ERP Trainer
- ERP Training Manager
- SAP Project Manager
- Senior Director of ERP Implementation
ERP is applicable and in high-demand across a multitude industries. Here are just a few of the coordinated SAP solutions by industry your ERP specialization prepares you to work within:
ERP Consultant – Average Salary
Salary is a significant component of any career. ERP Consultants are well compensated for their vital skillset. According to Payscale.com, the average salary for an ERP Consultant is $82,846.
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The Gerard R. Roche Center for Career Development helps students with career decisions that are consistent with their unique talents and aspirations. The center is in constant conversation with recruitment partners and focuses on two different areas for student success: preparation and opportunities.
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