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Choice post graduate institutions for SAP Certification


Please I need advice. I intend studying a Master's degree in either Canada or the US. I want a degree that will expose me to SAP and give me a good leverage, but I do not want to focus solely on SAP. I want a degree that merges SAP with another specialty though I intend to get more certifications as I advance in my knowledge of SAP.

I currently hold a BSc in Computer Science and have about 5 years working experience in IT Auditing. I want to branch into SAP consulting after my Masters.

Any ideas as to what schools to apply to and how to find out about their SAP courses? This is because I noted that most shools in Canada offer mostly MSc in Computer Science or Information Systems Management. Courses in most CAnadian Schools do not offer myraid IT course options like in the UK. In the US Schools, SAP is not even mentioned at all despite the affiliation of these schools with the UA program. I tried working with the UA listing adapted from this site but met little success.

Someone please advice.


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    Posted on Feb 10, 2011 at 05:02 PM


    Hi! There are many schools in Canada and US that teach SAP related courses.

    Please see the list at

    Best regards,


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    Posted on Feb 07, 2011 at 02:00 PM

    Hi Omo,

    I'm afraid I can't give you a great answer but hopefully it helps a little.

    At my current university, Grand Valley State University (US), there is a MBA program that utilizes SAP in a few core classes. At the graduate level, you will learn how SAP works at a very high functional level and not the detailed technical level.

    I'm sure there are other UA member schools that also teach a similar curriculum, this is the only school I'm directly familiar with. If you have any questions, let me know and I will try and help.



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