University of Arkansas

Walton College

The Sam M. Walton College of Business

Graduate Certificates

The Graduate Certificate in Enterprise Systems is available in three unique tracks: Business Analytics, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Blockchain Enterprise Systems.


Business Analytics
Graduate Certificate

Business Analytics is a field within business and IT that focuses on finding value in the massive amounts of data collected in modern organizations, improving the quality of making processes, and increasing the speed at which modern organizations can make decisions.

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Enterprise Resource Planning
Graduate Certificate

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems are used by almost all Fortune 500 companies, and most of those companies use SAP. As a member of the SAP University Alliance, the Walton College provides students with hands-on experience using ERP software and strategies.

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Blockchain Enterprise Systems
Graduate Certificate

Blockchain technologies are trusted distributed ledger technologies that traditionally served as the foundational architecture underlying cryptocurrencies (e.g. Bitcoin, Ether, LiteCoin, etc.) and now as distributed applications and databases. Blockchains are currently used by many companies for applications ranging from strategic management of day-to-day operations to customer insights to retail analytics to supply chain technology in an effort to develop and maintain a competitive edge. 

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Graduate Certificate Saturday Class Dates

Fall
2019
Spring
2020
Summer
2020
Fall
2020
Spring
2021
Summer
2021
August
24
January
11
May
16
August
29
January
9
May
15
September
28
February
1
June
13
September
26
February
6
June
12
October
26
February
29
June
27
October
24
March
6
June
26
November
16
March
21
July
25
November
7
April
3
July
24
December
7
April
25
  December
5
April
24
 

 *Students admitted to Walton Enterprise Systems Graduate Certificate Program are required to attend a three-day orientation. Dates to be determined. Please contact gsb@walton.uark.edu for more information.



Related Degree Programs

The Professional MIS program, as apposed to the full-time MIS, can be completed in less than 2 years. Students take 6 hours each semester and meet approximately one Saturday every month.

The full-time MIS program, as apposed to the part-time Professional MIS, can be completed in one year.