Analytics and Enterprise Systems
Companies are using enterprise resource planning software designed to integrate all business functions.
This software-based concentration emphasizes both business analytics and enterprise resource planning, providing a unique and in demand learning experience to our students.
SLU students pursuing this concentration will receive an SAP (Systems Applications Products) certification if a grade of at least a “B” is earned in DAP designated courses. The Cook School is the only business school in the St. Louis area that offers SAP certification, as a member of the SAP University Alliance. The alliance allows the school to provide students in certain courses with hands-on experience with SAP software allowing them to put classroom theory into practice.
B.S. in Business Administration - Analytics and Enterprise Systems
In addition to fulfilling the requirements for the B.S.B.A. degree, students must complete 18 credit hours in ITM (3000 Level or above) in addition to ITM 2000, which is taken as part of the Business Common Body of Knowledge.
Fifteen hours as follows (3 credit hours each):
|ITM 3300||Database Management Systems||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3700||Business Analytics||ITM 2000 & OPM 2070|
|ITM 3900||Applied Enterprise Systems Implementation||ITM 2000|
|ITM 4700||Business Data Mining||ITM 3700|
|ITM 4900||Enterprise Systems Practicum||ITM 2000, OPM 3050, ACCT 2200 & Junior Standing|
3 hours elected from the following:
|ACCT 4250||Accounting Information Systems||ITM 2000, ACCT 3110 with a grade of C or higher; minimum 2.70 SLU cumulative GPA|
|ITM 3100||Enterprise Applications Development||ITM 2000|
|ITM 3550||Introduction to Big Data||OPM 2070|
|ITM 4910||ITM Internship||ITM 2000, Permission of department chair, & junior or senior standing|
|MKT 4650||Marketing Analytics||MKT 3000|