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Masters in Accounting information systems in US and canada

Hello,

An information systems aspirant with SAP experience, looking for an advise from experts of university alliance community on accounting bundled with information systems.

I guess there are plenty like me who like to enhance their just started SAP career, and nothing is best match program than information systems(IS) , and becomes more valuable when taught with accounting i guess.

I urge you to share whatever information you have about master programs majorly information systems having rich blend of SAP with it, so that people from around the world can leverage this information when it comes to choose right program for their higher education in SAP.

Lets share the knowledge.

Best Regards

Varun

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  • Aug 28, 2012 at 10:22 AM

    Varun,

    Hi! There are over 1250 University Alliances program member schools around the globe. Specific to the US and Canada you should review the member list (view) and contact the school that interests you for an accounting master program that may have SAP-related courses. Often the best department to contact is the Business or Computer Science school (i.e. Management Information System) department. Schools may offer a combination of graduate and undergraduate courses.

    Best regards,

    Richard

    P.S. FYI: The SAP Corporate Masters Programs with SAP Education are taught in Germany and UK at this time. There's also an interesting example at Victoria University's Masters of Business (ERP Systems) worth taking a look at out of Australia.

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    • Varun,

      Hi! These are all great schools! Your list is managable; you should contact the MIS departments in the Business or Computer Science schools to get the information! Also, interestingly you can Google the "school name" and "SAP" and get some starting point information but contacting them is best!

      Best regards,

      Richard