Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is business management software that allows an organization to leverage a suite of integrated applications. ERP systems streamline and automate processes, creating a leaner, more accurate and efficient operation. The demand for professionals with expertise in working with these systems is rapidly expanding. This 6-hour graduate microcertificate provides an avenue for professionals in any discipline to develop marketable skills in enterprise resource planning (ERP). Coursework focuses on the fundamentals of analyzing data and how to use that analysis to support decision-making.

This microcertificate, which can be added to your resume, is one block in an educational pathway that could lead to a master’s degree. Course credit with a grade of “B” or better can be applied to the online Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Systems, online Professional Master of Information Systems, and on-campus Master of Applied Business Analytics programs.



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Coursework cannot be transferred from another institution to meet the requirements of a microcertificate. Past graduate credit cannot be retroactively applied toward the microcertificate.


Admissions Requirements

All admissions requirements can be found on the Graduate School of Business Admissions Requirements page.



Tuition / credit hour $596.80
Fee / credit hour
Program $321.86
Course Material $50
Off-campus $30

Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2023 rates.

Certificate programs are not eligible for financial aid.


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