Business students pass certification exam

June 6, 2012

Under the instruction of Dr. Peggy Lane and after two weeks (80 hours total) of coursework, MBA (Masters of Business Administration) graduate students Adnan Alkhoudeer, Ali Alwayel, Hamzah Firman, Erin Hoag, Omer Khan, Lin Lin, and Katie McKee, and Dr. Ronald Freeze passed the TERP10 SAP (Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing) certification exam on May 18, 2012, with a total pass rate of 80 percent for the course. 

The TERP 10 SAP certification is an entry-level certification that, according to, “covers the fundamental knowledge requirements for a consultant, or project team member ensuring the successful acquisition of broad SAP solution knowledge and skills.” This SAP certification will benefit these individuals tremendously and will enable them to utilize the SAP Certified Associate Logo, which is an “externally-recognized mark of excellence that clients seek.” 



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