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Courses / Degree Requirements for MBA in SAP Enterprise Resource Planning, No Prior Experience

The following is projected for the 2022-2023 school year and is subject to change

Students must successfully complete all general requirements for a master’s degree and can graduate with an MBA in SAP Enterprise Resource Planning by completing a minimum of 58 credits, including:

As a preparation for meeting the requirement of a track or several concentrations, each MBA student must demonstrate a basic competence in the foundational fields of business. This is demonstrated by having a total of 16 MBA course credits earned including at least 2 semester-hour credits in any four of the following seven fields:

  • Marketing
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Business law
  • Management: organizational behavior, human resource management, leadership
  • Operations or quality management
  • Management information systems

Students may fulfill the MBA Foundation Requirement in whole or in part by having
completed equivalent undergraduate course work at an accredited university and earned a
grade of at least B.

Students who have taken graduate coursework in business administration at another
university and have not used those credits for a degree may apply to have those credits
transferred to Maharishi International University and used as specialization,
concentration or elective credits, up to a maximum of 20 credits.

  • MGT 5301 Finance & Control (4 credits)
  • MGT 5302 SAP Business Processes (4 credits)
  • MGT 5303 SAP Business Configuration (4 credits)
  • MGT 5304 SAP Enterprise Business Analytics (4 credits)
A student may petition the MBA program director to have a self-designed track that must consist of a coherently themed program of regular coursework and internship courses totaling 16 credits.


Any MGT course at the 500 level may count as an elective course. With the permission of the department chair, a maximum of 8 elective credits may be taken as graduate courses in other departments of the university or as undergraduate courses designated 400-level or above in other departments of the University. MBA students who take undergraduate courses will be required to do extra work commensurate with graduate-level credit.

Current class schedule for the MBA in SAP ERP