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Duration: 
1.5 years full time or longer for part time
Location: 
Delivery mode: 
Blended
Face to Face

Applications due 1 March 2018

Overview

Discover your potential as an SAP solutions specialist with a career in enterprise resource management planning (ERP) systems management.

You will learn on the latest SAP solutions which include:

  • business information warehouse
  • business objects
  • business intelligence
  • customer relationship management
  • advance planner and optimiser
  • solution manager and
  • netweaver components.

We are one of the world's leading institutions in ERP systems (SAP) education. We have strong industry links and offer one of the most comprehensive ERP and Business Analytics programs in the world.

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Careers

Gain the multi-discipline skill sets to advance your career in a number of ERP/SAP roles.

You will have the opportunity to work in global and domestic organisations in direct SAP-related fields, or more functional roles in analytics, business intelligence or other ERP roles.

This course provides opportunities for:

  • Information technology, information systems and computer science graduates looking to gain a foothold in corporate ERP / SAP organisations
  • Technology analysts looking to move into a career in business analytics
  • Business analysts looking to move to an SAP based organisation
  • SAP professionals looking to expand their career opportunities.

Course structure

To attain the Master of Enterprise Resources Planning Management, students will be required to complete 144 credit points (equivalent to 12 units) consisting of:

  • 24 credit points (equivalent to 2 units) core units:
  • 84 credit points (equivalent to 7 units) professional core units

Plus either / or
OPTION 1
12 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit) capstone unit; and,
24 credit points (equivalent to 2 units) elective units. Students to select from any postgraduate units across the University (subject to availability).
OPTION 2
12 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit) research proposal unit; and,
24 credit points (equivalent to 2 units) minor thesis unit.

On completion of a minimum of four units, students may exit the Master Enterprise Resource Planning Systems with a Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning if they meet graduation requirements of that course.

Year 1, Semester 1

Year 1, Semester 2

Plus

OPTION 1

12 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit) elective unit. Students to select from any postgraduate units across the University (subject to availability).

or

OPTION 2

Year 2, Semester 1

Plus

OPTION 1

12 credit points (equivalent to 1 unit) elective unit. Students to select from any postgraduate units across the University (subject to availability).

or

OPTION 2

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Critically reflect upon theoretical approaches and apply them to the operational and management domains of Enterprise Systems;  
  2. Justify and interpret theoretical propositions and related bodies of knowledge to resolve business problems and make recommendations in contemporary Enterprise Systems;  
  3. Critically apply cross-disciplinary knowledge with creativity in decision making supporting the selection, implementation and use of Enterprise Systems;  
  4. Demonstrate accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative strategic thinking in response to contemporary and future business challenges;  
  5. Work as a reflective practitioner to formulate, implement and evaluate industry- specific investigations to resolve complex professional problems and inform management decision-making and how Enterprise Systems and associated Information Systems can support this decision making;  
  6. Communicate effectively to specialist and non- specialist audiences including multi-disciplinary teams, diverse cultural communities and business and other professional organisations;  
  7. Plan and execute a substantial research based project or evidence-based capstone experience linked to an Enterprise Resource Planning System to generate and evaluate complex ideas and concepts at abstract and practical levels;  
  8. Exemplify initiative and inspirational leadership in a dynamic 21st century work environment, acting consistently, ethically and socially responsibly.  

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Admission & pathways

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Some courses receive more applications than the number of places available. In this situation we will also assess your education, work and other relevant experience.

If you do not meet the minimum requirements you may be eligible for one of our special admission programs. We also encourage you to explore our study pathways to help you reach your goal.

  • Bachelor/Honours degree: Successful completion of a cognate (similar discipline) Bachelor/Honours Degree; OR
    Successful completion of a non-cognate (any discipline) Bachelor/Honours Degree and a Graduate Certificate in a cognate (similar discipline) field.

There are many ways you can start your education journey at VU. Pathways offer an easy transition between courses at different levels, so that you can start with a certificate and progress right through to postgraduate study.

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