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Palm Beach Atlantic University offers Microsoft Dynamics 365 courses

Microsoft Dynamics 365 (ERP) Enterprise System

Completing coursework in Enterprise Systems is an excellent way to receive graduate course credit and hands on exposure to an industry leading ERP system, Microsoft Dynamics 365. Students with a variety of backgrounds can become successful Microsoft Dynamics 365 consultants through this online coursework. 

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What We Offer

  Microsoft Dynamics 365 Courses
 ACG 5213 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems
ACG 5223 Enterprise Systems- Business Processes
 BUS 5523 Enterprise Systems- CRM Systems
 BUS 5533 Enterprise Systems- Supply Chain Management Systems 

PBA is among the few universities nationally to offer:

  • An online four-course concentration focusing on Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP and CRM systems
  • Microsoft Dynamics certificate (issued by Microsoft DynAA)
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise Systems certificate (issued by AA Dynamics Training)
  • A connection to firms seeking employees with these relevant skills
  • Preparation for faculty looking to update their ERP, Accounting Information Systems and Enterprise Systems skills

 

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How it Works

Professionals and students can complete 2-4 relevant courses and earn valuable certificates

  • Complete a four course concentration in Enterprise Systems as part of coursework toward a MBA or a MAcc degree
  • Complete two courses and be awarded
    • Microsoft Dynamics student certificate (From Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance)
  • Complete four courses and be awarded
    • Microsoft Dynamics 365 certificate (From AA Dynamics Training) 

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FAQs

When are the courses available? Each course is available online but the semester vary. Please visit the course descriptions for specifics. ACG 5213 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning is scheduled to be offered in the fall, spring and summer semesters. 

What are the admissions requirements?  Non-degree seeking students (students seeking to take 2-4 courses and transfer them to another institution or earn college credit, but not a degree) can take up to three classes without applying to the MAcc or MBA programs. 

Students who would like to apply these courses toward a Masters in Accountancy (MAcc) or MBA must apply for admission into the respective programs. 

A degree-seeking student must meet admission criteria and have graduated from a regionally accredited institution. Students are currently required to take the GMAT or GRE in order to be accepted into business programs. Additionally, MAcc students have to have a number of accounting prerequisites (9 courses). Students are only able to wave the GMAT if they are PBA grad with above a 3.25 GPA in a business major or coming from an AACSB accredited institution with a 3.5 GPA.  

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