Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1599043513
  • ISBN-13: 9781599043517
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 369 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released November 2006
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

IT education, particularly at business colleges, is undergoing a transformation because of the emerging federated systems or enterprise-wide systems (ES). This follows a trend in industry, which uses complex software applications like SAP and others. This movement toward ES in industry has created major challenges for integrating ES into the classroom.

Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century presents methods of reengineering business curricula in order to use ES solutions. It also helps ES vendors understand the higher education environment so they can support college and university programs. Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century acts as a platform for both educators and vendors to present solutions and experiences gained from the challenges of integrating ES into the business classroom.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century: Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
1: Developing an ES Curriculum.
2: Critical Success Factors for Implementing ERP Systems as a Vehicle for Business Curriculum Integration at a Large State University.
3: Implementing ERP Education in a Changing Environment and Different Degree Programs.
4: ERP Education: Hosting, Visiting, and Certifying.
5: The Business Process-Driven Undergraduate IS Curriculum: A Transition from Classical CIS to Emerging BIT.
6: The ERP-Oriented Graduate IT Program.
7: Examples—How to Teach Specific Business Processes of ES.
8: Teaching ERP Concepts in a Capstone Course.
9: Teaching an Enterprise Project as a Capstone Course of the CIS/BIT Program.
10: Teaching Human Resource Management Using SAP.
11: Teaching Operations Management with Enterprise Software.
12: Using SAP for SCM Applications and Design: A Study of the Supply Chain Management Process.
13: Using SAP for ERP Applications and Design: A Case Study of the Sales and Distribution Process.
14: Examples—How to Teach Specific IT Topics in ES.
15: Putting Enterprise Systems in a Larger ICT Context: A Pedagogical Framework.
16: Enterprise Architecture and Information Architecture: What Is It and How to Teach It.
17: Teaching ERP with Microsoft Business Solutions—Great Plains.
18: Teaching Integrated Business Processes via ERP Configuration.
19: Teaching ERP Programming Using SAP ABAP/4.
20: A Course on Enterprise Portal Development and Management: Issues, Challenges, and Solutions.
21: Industrial Support of ES Education.
22: The Status of SAP-Related Education: Results of a Global Survey.
23: Supporting Enterprise Systems Across the Business Curriculum: The Microsoft Dynamics™ Academic Alliance.
24: Enterprise Systems Education: A Vendor's Approach—Oracle University's Practice.
About the Authors.
Index.