Minor

Enterprise Information Systems

DESCRIPTION

Skills Explored Target Audience
ERP, SAP, business processes, integrated business solutions, and business analytics Marshall, Accounting, Viterbi, Economics students, and more.
Minor Description
Are you looking for a career in business but want more technical skills to make yourself competitive for jobs? Many Fortune 500 companies rely on SAP - an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software - which helps manage and streamline business processes. These systems run behind global business these days, integrating everything from human resources to sales, production to accounting. This minor combines business process management and information technology to prepare students for a thriving technical or business career. Few universities offer programs in this area and companies are seeking competitive students with these skills.
Why Students Take It
ERP skills are in high demand because very few Universities offer programs in this area. Consulting companies, corporations, global businesses are seeking students with these skills. By completing this minor students will set themselves apart from others.
Industry & Career Info Companies Hiring
Most Fortune 500 companies have adopted ERP systems. The ERP industry continues grow and innovate in areas such as mobility, on-demand, and analytics. Career choices are diverse depending on students' background and interest. Ernst & Young
Deloitte
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Sony
Disney
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COURSES

Required Courses (10 units)




Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
ITP-3204Enterprise Wide Information Systems
ITP-4223Configuring Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
ITP-4543Enterprise Resource Planning, Design, and Implementation

Elective Courses (6 units)

Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015


Not offered in Fall 2015




Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
Not offered in Fall 2015
ITP-4213Advanced Programming for Enterprise Information Systems
ITP-4553Enterprise Information Portals
ITP-4704Information Technology Practicum
ITP-4863Securing and Auditing Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
ITP-4873Data Warehouses and Business Intelligence
ITP-4883Managing the Supply Chain Using Advanced Planning and Optimization Tools
ITP-4893In-Memory Data Modeling and Analytics
ACCT-371a2Introduction to Accounting Systems
ACCT-371b2Introduction to Accounting Systems
ACCT-4104Foundations of Accounting
ACCT-4784Accounting Systems Design
ACCT-4794Accounting Systems Development
BUAD-3114Operations Management
DSO-4314Managing the Digital Revolution for your Business
DSO-4334Business Information Systems Analysis and Design
DSO-4354Business Database Systems
ISE-3823Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Implementation
PPD-3184Financial Accounting in Public and Nonprofit Organizations

Additional Info

Electives: choose minimum of 6 units of which minimum 3 units should have ITP prefix ***ITP 320 UNIT CHANGE - FALL 2013 - Please note, ITP 320 went from a three unit course to a four unit course starting fall 2013. The minor is still 16 units total. Student who took ITP 320 for 3 units need 7 units in electives. Students who take ITP 320 for 4 units will need 6 units in electives.***

ITP COURSES OFFERED IN Fall 2015

Required Courses




ITP-3204Enterprise Wide Information Systems

Elective Courses







ITP-4704Information Technology Practicum
ITP-4873Data Warehouses and Business Intelligence
ITP-4883Managing the Supply Chain Using Advanced Planning and Optimization Tools