Learn SAP for ERP this winter

Make yourself more marketable by learning SAP, the top Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system around the world. This winter, Lecturer of Accounting Deborah Habel is teaching the course ERP Systems on Thursdays at 6 p.m. in the Prentis Building on Wayne State’s Midtown campus.

Each week throughout the semester, students will be guided through a different hands-on SAP exercise, ultimately getting comprehensive experience in the ERP system used by the vast majority of employers.

“Students will take a deep dive into the business processes and managerial decisions that ERP systems support, with actual work in SAP,” Habel said. “This knowledge definitely increases their value during the career search as well as on the job.”

The ERP Systems class is highly recommended for students in accounting, information systems management and global supply chain management. It is cross-listed as ACC 5200 and ISM 5200. Graduate students may contact Habel to request to take the class as ACC 7148.

Habel is an authority in the design, implementation, analysis and improvement of business processes and accounting information systems. She is a skilled professional in ERP systems, software selection and customization, and curriculum design. In addition to holding an MBA, she is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP), Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) and Project Management Professional (PMP).

For more information, contact Habel at 313-577-5659 or dlhabel@wayne.edu.

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