Multiple intakes: six-week
* Flexible teaching timetable based on consecutive six (6) week teaching periods. Full-time students typically take 2 units, and part-time students typically take 1 unit, per teaching period. This enables part-time students to progress at the pace they desire, and full-time students to complete the course quickly.
This course provides an information systems perspective to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, with an emphasis on SAP R/3. Develop the computing and business skills necessary to support the implementation and maintenance of ERP systems and gain an understanding of the strategic implications these systems have on a business.
The University has strong links with the ERP industry and is a leader in SAP education, offering one of the most comprehensive ERP and Business Analytics programs in the world.
Graduates of Victoria University’s Master of Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems) are highly sought after in the ERP/SAP industry. You’ll gain hands-on experience and learn from teachers who are experts in their field. This course could lead to senior and leadership roles in ICT as an ERP Analyst, Business Software Manager or SAP Business Consultant.
Our graduates have gained employment in some of Australia’s top organisations including Accenture Australia, Linfox, IBM and Australia Post.
Australia’s ICT industry is globally renowned and competitive and is a dynamic and rapidly growing market (Trade Commission).
The Master of Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems) is a sixteen (16) unit, 192 credit point course with the following structure:
Students who enter with an approved degree in a cognate discipline, may receive Credit Exemption for the four (4) Non-Cognate units listed below, and are required to complete the remaining twelve (12) units (144 credit points), listed below, to be eligible for the award. Foundation Units
Entry into this master’s degree requires you to have completed:
You must provide evidence that you have completed an approved bachelor degree taught and examined in English; or have completed an approved English language test, and achieved the result as described below.
|English language examination method||Result|
|IELTS academic test: an overall score||6.5 (no band below 6.0)|
|TOEFL internet-based test (TOEFL iBT)||79 (overall score) (section score no less than Listening 19, Speaking 19, Reading 18, Writing 22)|
|Pearson Test of English (PTE)||Overall score (with no section score less than): 58 – 64 (50)|
|University of Cambridge - Advanced (CAE)||Total score of 58|
If you have completed a qualification in which English was the primary language of instruction, you may be eligible for an English language exemption. Your eligibility will be assessed when we receive your complete application.