Become an SAP Certified Associate to start your professional career. The TERP10 certification academy serves as the global baseline certification standard for the SAP University Alliances program. This certification provides students with more breadth and a deeper understanding of all functional areas within SAP software.
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will be offering the TERP10 preparation course and exam from May 25 to June 7, 2013. The course will be offered in the evening and over weekends to accommodate those with full-time jobs. Participants should assume that substantial study time outside of class will be required.
To qualify for taking the TERP10 course, students must have completed three SAP ERP-related courses from an SAP UA member school. Students from UWM will receive priority for the course. The course will be in a trainer-led classroom environment and is hands-on, with the certification exam given by SAP on the last day. The course will focus on the most critical concepts of SAP ERP and there will be extensive hands-on time and preparation/review for the exam.
Participants can either pay a $950 fee or register for either Bus Admin 540 or Bus Mgmt 734. This includes the cost for taking this course and the cost of taking the certification exam. To guarantee a seat in the course all must register on the website. Paying registrants must make an initial deposit of $250. The final payment of $700 will be due April 15. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. All payments must be paid by credit card, with no refunds being offered.
Full registration is due April 20 (the course does not meet on that date). Parking and meals are not included in the registration fee. The dates of the course are:
- May 25-26 -- 9:00 to 5:00 PM
- May 28-31 -- 5:30 to 8:30 PM
- June 1-2 -- 9:00 to 5:00 PM
- June 3-6 -- 5:30 to 8:30 PM
- June 7 -- Exam - 9:00 to ?
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Who should Attend?
The program is only open to students who are enrolled in a program at a SAP University Allinace school and have taken at least three courses in that program.