University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Graduate Certificates

The Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Systems is available in three unique concentrations: Business Analytics, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Enterprise Information Systems(EIS).


Business Analytics
Graduate Certificate

Business Analytics is a fast growing field within IT that focuses on finding value in the massive amounts of data collected in modern organizations, improving the quality of decision making processes, and increasing the speed at which modern organizations can make decisions.

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Enterprise Resource Planning
Graduate Certificate

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems are used by almost all Fortune 500 companies, and most of those companies use SAP. As a member of the SAP University Alliance, the Walton College provides students with hands-on experience using ERP software.

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Enterprise Information Systems
Graduate Certificate

For individuals wishing to transition into a career in information systems, or for organizations seeking to develop the information systems skills of non-IT employees, this program offers an accelerated transition into the field of information systems. 

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Certificate in Entrepreneurship
Graduate Certificate

A 15 hour graduate-level certificate in Entrepreneurship for graduate students currently enrolled in programs outside the Sam M. Walton College of Business. Students must be in good standing with the Graduate School and their current graduate program in order to be considered for the certificate.

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Graduate Certificate Saturday Class Dates

Spring
2017
Summer
2017
Fall
2017
Spring
2018
Summer
2018
January
14
May
20
August*
26
January
13
May
19
February
11
June
3
September
23
February
10
June
2
March
11
June
17
October
14
March
10
June
16
April
8
July
8
November
11
April
7
July
7
April
29
July
29
December
9
April
28
July
28



Related Degree Programs

The Professional MIS program, as apposed to the full-time MIS, can be completed in less than 2 years. Students take 6 hours each semester and meet approximately one Saturday every month.

The full-time MIS program, as apposed to the part-time Professional MIS, can be completed in one year.