Several spring graduates at Rogers State University recently received the SAP Student Recognition Award from the SAP University Alliances Program.
The RSU School of Business and Technology presented the awards to students who completed the SAP business software curriculum at RSU.
SAP is the world’s leading provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and related applications. SAP helps companies manage business processes in an integrated system. Global demand for certified SAP professionals is 40,000 in the past two years. 75,000 companies worldwide have adopted SAP solutions – resulting in 12 million users in some 120 countries.
The RSU School of Business and Technology has incorporated SAP software into its curriculum, using the ERP applications in several courses. The curriculum expansion and related faculty training were made possible with support from ConocoPhillips and RSU membership in the SAP University Alliances Program.
To provide students with highly sought-after career skills while addressing market demand for graduates with SAP expertise from companies including ConocoPhillips, the SAP University Alliances program works with select universities around the world by providing free SAP software licenses and accompanying curriculum materials.
Receiving recognition from SAP included:
- Terri McCauley of Adair
- Randy Autry, Mitch Crosthwait, Kayla Gibson and Norma Perry of Bartlesville
- Brennan Rowe of Chelsea
- Laura Greenlee of Choctaw
- Betty McElroy and Donna Spencer of Chouteau
- Sara Fultz, Kelsey Jones and Audra Landers of Claremore
- Jade Johnson of Dewey
- Scott Poston and Kirk Ross of Owasso
- Hope Chitwood of Pryor
- Sarah Chupp of Spavinaw
- Danielle Taylor of Wann
For more information on the RSU School of Business and Technology and the SAP Program, visit www.rsu.edu or call 918-343-7663.