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SAP UA Recognition Award at CAU

CAU students who complete a minimum of 3 SAP-approved courses are eligible to receive an SAP University Alliances Student Recognition Award (formerly known as the SAP Certificate) signed by the SAP University Alliances (UA) Program Manager and the Department Chair of Supply Chain management. The SAP UA Student Recognition Award can also be earned by CAU students who minor in Business Administration. The Business Administration Minor (and SAP UA Student Recognition Award) enhances career options for students interested in working for businesses that use SAP software. Students majoring in accounting and Business Administration are especially likely to benefit from a Business Administration Minor and SAP UA Student Recognition Award. Students who earn the Recognition Award satisfy the education requirements to enter SAP´s TS410 certification process (Currently Clark Atlanta University does not offer TS410 BootCamp and Certification exam).

What are the requirements for an SAP UA Recognition Award at Clark Atlanta University? 
Students can earn an SAP UA Recognition Award by completing three SAP UA-approved courses. To be approved by SAP UA, at least 30% of the course must involve hands-on experience with an SAP software product.

Currently, the Department of Supply Chain Management  offers the following SAP UA-approved undergraduate courses

  • CBUS 206 – Management Information Systems
  • CBUS 308 – Accounting Information Systems
  • CBUS 317 – Enterprise Integration Systems
  • CBUS 434 – Enterprise Application Systems

Would I want an SAP UA Recognition Award?
SAP uses the phrase “The best-run companies run SAP” as a selling point. The truth underlying this phrase has resulted in SAP becoming the world’s largest business software company in terms of revenue. SAP is currently used by more than 35,000 companies and with new products targeting small and medium enterprises (SMEs), SAP’s customer base will eclipse 100,000 companies by 2010.

Clark Atlanta University’s SAP Student Recognition Award signifies that you have completed at least three SAP-approved courses that include significant hands-on experience with SAP. A minimum of 30% of each SAP-approved course is devoted to in-depth exposure to SAP. This translates into developing skill sets that can give you a competitive advantage in the job market – including multiple career options in business and IT, more managerial opportunities, and higher salaries. Because individuals with SAP skills are highly sought after, they receive pay increases that outpace the market.

Students who earn an SAP UA Recognition Award have the opportunity to gain first-hand experience with mySAP ERP navigation and SAP ERP’s Financial Accounting (FI), Controlling (CO), Materials Management (MM), and Sales & Distribution (SD) modules. 

Universities that enable undergraduate students to gain comparable levels of hands-on SAP experience are few and far between. This means that Clark Atlanta University’s SAP UA Recognition Award has value and can give you a leg up when applying for jobs at SAP user organizations.

Clark Atlanta University’s SAP University Alliances Recognition Award is being ‘found’ by more and more major corporations. Since 2012, Deloitte, Accenture, Georgia Pacific, and Boeing, and Union Pacific have come to campus to recruit SAP Recognition Award seeking students for internships, co-ops, and permanent employment. Clark Atlanta students have also completed SAP internships at IBM, Coca-Cola, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Homedepot, and Deloitte.

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TS410 Certification Set You Apart

SAP® is the leading global provider of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. More than 200,000 organizations around the world use SAP software to streamline the management of their business processes. To best use their SAP solutions, organizations need people with ERP knowledge and skillset to drive business process effectiveness and efficiency. If you work in business operations, information systems, project management, supply chain management, engineering, or technology, obtaining an ERP Certificate with SAP is a great way to extend your knowledge and stand out in the competitive job market. Currently, Clark Atlanta University does not offer TS410 BootCamp and Certification exam. However, TA410 BootCamp and Certification exam will be offered soon at Clark Atlanta University.

Goals

The SAP Certification Academy will prepare you to:

  • Explain the fundamental business processes and the integration points of the Order to Cash, Procure to Pay, and Plan to Produce business processes with SAP ERP
  • Explain how Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Inventory Management, Project Management, Asset Management, Customer Service, and Human Capital Management integrate with fundamental business processes

Course Overview

  • S/4 HANA EM
  • SAP Fiori UX
  • S/4 HANA Basics
  • FICO Overview
  • FICO: Basics
  • Human Capital Management
  • Purchase to Pay Processing
  • Warehouse Management
  • Plan to Produce Business Process
  • Order to Cash Processing
  • Project System
  • Enterprise Asset Management
SAP UA Approved Courses
Clark Atlanta University partners with SAP’s University Alliances (UA) to allow students to use and understand SAP products. Our faculty members have been educated at SAP and UA training centers throughout North America and are continually upgrading their skills.

Undergraduate Courses


CBUS 206 – Management Information System
his introductory course contains ideas, concepts, and principles on the basic information systems to which every business student should be exposed in the core business requirement. It integrates both computer concepts and information systems concepts and provides a strong managerial emphasis


CBUS 317 – Enterprise Integration Systems
In this course students learn about the supply chain management programming environment, including data and communications protocols/standards, server and client operating systems, and a working knowledge of at least one online Enterprise Resource Planning Application. Students are prepared to understand their business functions. However, they are competing with students who have this as well. In this course, students obtain hands-on experience with the actual systems that are used to actually provide this functional integration. Enterprise integration is not only about software but also about the power of automation on business productivity. Students will be provided with the concepts of enterprise resource planning and extensive exposure to the SAP System. SAP has 39% penetration of the ERP market and nearly 100% in the Fortune 100. These companies are spending tens of millions of dollars annually, updating and integrating these systems into every business function. Our students are to be exposed to this environment


CBUS 434 – Enterprise Integration Application 
This course is designed to enhance and expand the knowledge and skill for use as Business Intelligence (BI) in the areas of business and data analytics. A primary method of learning these skills will be multiple applications that present data for organizational decision-making. Students will learn to extract and manipulate data, and assess security-related issues. Data mining, visualization, and statistical analysis along with reporting options such as management dashboards and balanced scorecards will be covered.

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What is SAP

SAP is a software company from Germany that specializes in Enterprise Resource Planning and is used by 70% of the world’s business. The softwares that SAP utilizes for businesses include S4 HANA, FICO, BW, HCM, and many more. They’re used for Data Storage, Human Capital Management, Financial Analysis, and Supply Chain Management to name a few. SAP is among several companies on the forefront of Machine Learning, IoT, and e-Commerce. 

SAP’s primary products focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), which it helped to pioneer. ERP systems attempt to integrate several organizational data sources and processes into a unified system. The two key components of an ERP system are a common database and a modular software design. The common database allows every department in a company to store and retrieve information in real-time. An ERP modular software design enables a variety of programs to be added to improve the efficiency of the business.

Ideally, ERP includes a single database that contains all data needed to support:

  • Manufacturing
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Financials
  • Projects
  • Human Resources
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Data Warehouse
Contact :

Jae Koo Yoo, MBA

Lecturer, Decision Science / Supply Chain Management

jkyoo@cau.edu |(404) 880-6796 | Wright-Young Hall 348

Contact Jae Koo Yoo for additional questions.

 

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