ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021Department of Business & Information Technology Mission“To serve the economic interests of industry and the evolving needs of society in a challenging, rapidly‐changing,global environment, the Department of Business & Information Technology capitalizes on the strongtechnological emphasis of Missouri S & T to enable individuals to excel in a technology‐centric business world.Recognizing this rapid evolution of the marketplace, we create and disseminate knowledge impacting the theoryand practice of business.”INSTRUCTOR AND COURSE INFORMATIONInstructor:Bih-Ru Lea, Ph.D.Office:Fulton 102APhone:573-341-6436E-Mail:[email protected] Credit: 3 semester hours of creditPrerequisite: IST 1750Class Web: http://canvas.mst.eduClass Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 9:30 – 10:45 amClassroom: McNutt 234Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 11:30 am – 1 pmor by appointment (suggest a time via email)COURSE CATALOG DESCRIPTION:The course provides an overview of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software systems and their role within anorganization. It introduces key concepts integrated information systems and explains why such systems are valuableto businesses. In addition to lecture, students will be guided through several hands-on activities of various businessprocesses in SAP ECC and S/4HANA software product. The course will also provide a discussion on variousbusiness cases in which ERP concepts can be applied. An overview of Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics inthe ERP context will also be addressed.PLANNED LEARNING OBJECTIVESProgram Learning ObjectivesXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIntegrate BusinessAreasXGlobal &Multicultural IssuesXTeamwork &LeadershipXInformationTechnologyCritical ThinkingAn understanding of basic business functional areas and beable to explain how they are related.The ability to illustrate how fragmented informationsystems fail to support business decisions.The ability to illustrate and explain how integratedinformation systems can help a company prosper byproviding business managers with accurate, consistent, andcurrent data.Understand how Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)software is used to optimize business processes.Acquire experience in using commercial ERP software thatcan be applied in further work.Understand analytics and business intelligence applicationsin an integrated enterprise system environmentCommunication SkillsCourse ObjectivesXXXXX
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021TEXTBOOK(S) AND MATERIALS FOR COURSEStudents MUST bring the required textbook and Course Notes to each class.1. Textbook: ERP 2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (digital collection ISBN:9781323923481), Custom Textbook Pearson Publishing.o Option 1 ( 43.92): direct purchase from Pearson Publishing at https://console.pearsoned.com/enrollment/pp0bszo Option 2 ( 57.30): purchase an access code from the Missouri S&T Bookstore at https://www.thesandtstore.com andredeem it at https://console.pearsoned.com/enrollment/pp0bsz2. Course pack: ERP2110 Course Notes and Assignments (ISBN:), can only be purchasedfrom the Missouri S&T Bookstore ((http://www.thesandtstore.com or 573-341-7901)GRADING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:Test 1Test 2Test 3100 pts100 pts100 ptsClass ProjectAssignments, quizzes, and LabsDiscussion board participation170 pts510 pts20 ptsGrading Scale:A: 890B: 790 – 889C: 690 - 789D: 590 – 689F: 590General Grading Policies: ALL ASSIGNMENTS AND TESTS ARE INDIVIDUAL WORKS UNLESS OTHERWISESPECIFIED. Assignment must be submitted at the beginning of the class period on the assigned date due. Allhomework assignments are due at the beginning of the class on its due date. The grade will bereduced by 15% if the assignment is turned in within 24 hours later than its due time/date. Latepenalty is incremented by 15% for every 24 hours late. No work will be accepted if submittedfive days after the due date, including weekends. Exception will only be given to student with alegitimate reason and he/she notifies the instructor five days before the due date. Please make every effort to make it to class on time. It is disruptive to the class to have members arrivinglate. Attendance is encouraged. If you are unable to attend a class, you need to turn in assignments in advance(use digital submission link provided in Canvas, ask a friend to turn it in for you if a hard copy is required,etc.). You are also responsible for finding out what was covered in class and what announcements weremade as well as obtaining handouts. The instructor will assign NO incompletes in lieu of a regular grade.Tests and Quizzes There are three tests and each test will consist of a written test and a computer operation test. All exammaterials may become property of the instructor after completion. It is possible to have announced and pop quizzes throughout the semester. Student will be given the dateof announced quizzes one week in advance. Exam and quizzes dates are a part of the class schedule. Failure to appear for a test/quiz will result in theassignment of a zero for that test/quiz. If you are going to miss a test/scheduled quiz with a legitimate reason(e.g., scheduled surgery, official University business, job interview), contact the instructor PRIOR to theadministration of that test/quiz. A make-up test may be allowed only if convincing reasons and properdocumentations (such as a doctor's note in case of a surgery/illness) are given for the absence. The makeup test will be a comprehensive exam covering the material from throughout the course. All in-class quizzes and exams are closed books and closed notes unless otherwise specified.
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021Project A business simulation team project will be assigned during the semester and accounts for 170 points ofthe final grade. Your team will form a company and operate your business using a SAP S/4HANA system, a commercialERP system. ERP system will be used to record operation results and to make business decisions. A team member who is not contributing to the game may be dropped by the team. Every team member’seffort in the project will be evaluated by both the instructor and his/her team members.Discussion Board ParticipationThe sheer size of the SAP ERP software limits the instructor from covering every aspect and screen that we willbe using this semester. To help students to better understand course materials, to develop debugging skills, andto learn from each other, the instructor have enabled a discussion board in the Canvas Learning ManagementSystem. All technical support for assignments, exams, and project are provided through the DiscussionBoard and will NOT be answered through e-mail by the instructor. If you do not understand a concept or encounter a problem/error that you do not know how to resolveyourself, you will need to post your questions on the discussion board. You are also expected to answerquestions asked by your peers. Occasionally, the instructor will also post questions and answers. Before post a question on the Discussion Board, it is the student’s responsibility to check and ensure nosame question has been posted previously. By the end of the semester, every student is expected to have asked and answered 10-15 questions. Thesediscussions will account for 20 points of your grade. Straight forward questions (for example – how do Iget to this transaction, where can I find this button etc) will not count. Do not post questions just for thecase of posting. The discussion board participation grade is computed based on the analysis of the following contentcategories during the semester:CategoriesPercentageOriginal Posts & follow up posts30%Reply to original posts or follow-up posts30%instructor endorsement10%Posts viewed15%Instructor survey/poll participated/voted20%Total100%Attendance and Participation Overall, student participation and discussion is essential to ensure that the course topics are understoodand are made relevant to actual business situations encountered in the workplace. As such, attendance andparticipation are an essential factor in the learning process and a tool for assessing student learning.Therefore, you are encouraged and expected to attend all classes. You are responsible for making yourcontributions heard and your presence felt in class. You are encouraged to keep your remarks relevant,timely, and constructive. Each 10% unexcused absences will result in loss of a letter grade. For example, if your grade is a Band you have missed 10% of classes without legitimate excuses, you will end up with a C. The instructor reserves the right to drop a student if a student has missed more than 20% of class meetingtimes.GENERAL COURSE POLICIES:Statement about Copyright, FERPA, and Use of VideoIt is vitally important that our classroom environment promote the respectful exchange of ideas. This entails being
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021sensitive to the views and beliefs expressed during discussions whether in class or online. Please speak with mebefore recording any class activity. It is a violation of University of Missouri policy to distribute such recordingswithout my authorization and the permission of others who are recorded. More information is provided online.Accessibility and AccommodationsIt is the university’s goal that learning experiences be as accessible as possible. If you anticipate or experiencephysical or academic barriers based on a disability, please contact Student Disability Services at (573) 341-6655,[email protected], visit http://dss.mst.edu/ for information.Student Honor Code and Academic Integrity The Honor Code all students are expected to follow can be found at this link: http://stuco.mst.edu/honorcode/. Page 30 of the Student Academic Regulations handbook describes the student standard of conduct relativeto the University of Missouri System's Collected Rules and Regulations section 200.010, and du/academicregs/index.html), all of which will be reported to the Vice Provost forAcademic Support. Additional guidance including the University’s Academic Dishonesty Procedures is available athttp://academicsupport.mst.edu. Other resources for students regarding ethics and integrity can be found /studentresources-ai.Well-Being and UCARE (https://go.mst.edu/ucare-report)Any of us may experience strained relationships, increased anxiety, feeling down, alcohol/drug misuse, decreasedmotivation, challenges with housing and food insecurity, etc. When your mental well-being is negativelyimpacted, you may struggle academically and personally. If you feel overwhelmed or need support, please makeuse of S&T’s confidential mental health services at no charge. For a quick guide to campus resources that addressspecific issues please visit our Well-Being Referral Guide, available as a website l-guide/. If you are concerned about a friend or would like toconsult with a Care Manager, please make a UCARE referral for support and mination, Equity, and Title IXMissouri University of Science and Technology is committed to the safety and well-being of all members of itscommunity, and to creating an environment free from discrimination and harassment.The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy,sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, and any otherstatus protected by applicable state or federal law. As used in this policy, the word “sex” is also inclusive of theterm “gender.”Additionally, US Federal Law Title IX states that no member of the university community shall, on the basis ofsex, be excluded from participation in, or be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under anyeducation program or activity. Violations of this law include sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domesticviolence, and stalking.In accordance with The Collected Rules and Regulations University of Missouri, Missouri S&T requires that allfaculty and staff members report, to the Missouri S&T Equity Officer, any notice of discrimination disclosedthrough communication including but not limited to direct conversation, email, social media, classroom papersand homework exercises.
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021Missouri S&T’s Equity Officer and Title IX Coordinator is Chief Diversity Officer Neil Outar. Contact him([email protected]; (573) 341-6038; 203 Centennial Hall) to report violations of the university’snondiscrimination polices, including Title IX. To learn more about resources and reporting options (confidentialand non-confidential) available to Missouri S&T students, staff, and faculty, please visit http://titleix.mst.edu.Classroom Egress MapsFor all in-person instruction, faculty should explain where the classroom emergency exits are located. Classroomegress maps are posted at essNormally, the instructor will be in class on time. However, if the instructor is late by more than fifteen minutes,students should check with the Department of Business & Information Technology located in Fulton 101 whetherthe class will be canceled. Students are expected to be in class on time.KEY DATES: The last day to add this course is Monday, February 1 The last day to withdraw from this course without a “WD” showing on transcript is Monday, March 1 The last day for dropping this course is Friday, April 16
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021ERP 2110 Course ScheduleCh: Textbook chapter CP: Course PackReadings & NotesWeekTopic0Before1/19Course Preparation & Setup assignment121-128Introduction to ERP 21101-3SAP System Access & Display Settings148-155SAP Operation Overview and Exercises126-140ERP Concepts and SAP ERP Overview5-27Understand the Company’s Supply Chain (SAP Navigation)156-199Assignment: Lab 1: SAP Navigation and Supply Chain200-20311/19,1/2121/26,1/2832/2, 2/442/9,2/1152/16,2/1862/23,2/2573/2, 3/4TextbookCPCh. 3 Business Processes, Information Systems, and Information119-14628 - 37Ch. 1 Accounting and Business Environment1-5444 - 56Financial Accounting Information SystemAssignments Ch 1 & Ch. 3 Review Question Sets Lab 2: Financial Transaction Recording and Financial StatementFinancial Accounting Information SystemCh. 2 Recording Business TransactionsAssignment Ch. 2 Review Question Set Lab 3: Financial Transaction Recording: Adjustment EntriesCh. 4 Using IS to Improve Processes204-248Canvas265-267248-26355 – 11857- 68Canvas147-176277-27838-43Ch. 5 Supporting Processes with ERP Systems177 – 20869-80Ch. 4 & Ch. 5 Review Question SetsCanvas2/11 Test 1: Concept test & Computer Operation297-334Procurement Process285 - 359Assignment: Lab 4: Procurement Process360 – 374Procumbent Planning & Production Planning375-389Ch. 6 Supporting the procurement Process with SAP209 - 242Assignment: Lab 5 Procurement Process with Forecast Ch. 6 Review Question SetSales and Distribution ProcessCanvasAssignment: Beverage Distribution Case & Team Project Report 1 Lab 6 Sales and Distribution Process Part 181 - 88390-396397 - 427607 - 637469- 477
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021Readings & NotesWeek83/9,3/11Topic103/23,3/25113/30,4/1124/6, 4/8134/13,4/15144/20,4/22428 – 468Assignment: Lab 6 part 2: Sales and Distribution Process477- 482165/4, 5/6175/10 5/14243- 272Production ProcessesAssignments Ch. 7 Review Question Set (Extra Credit) Lab 7 Procurement Process Transactions -TestReview Exercise89 - 96487 - 505Canvas518-520Spring Break (3/21 to 3/28)638-662663 - 6643/30: Reference: Company Setup TransactionsTeam project report 2: Company Setup4/1 Test 2 Concept test & Computer OperationProduction Processes506 - 5274/13 Team Project Competition 1671- 680681 - 689528 – 586Improve Performance Utilizing Business Intelligence (Real TimeAnalytics & Data Visualization)Assignment: Lab 8 Part 1 Real time business analytics using oDataServiceCh. 8 Business Intelligence and IS587 - 591273-3104/22: Team Project Competition 2Assignments: Ch. 8 Review Question Set Lab 8 part 2 Real time business analytics using oData Service4/27: Team Project Competition 3154/27,4/29CPSales and Distribution Process – TransactionCh. 7 Supporting the Sales Process with SAP93/16,3/18Textbook4/29 Course ReviewAssignment: Team Project Presentation Lab 9 Sales Process: Order to Cash Cycle - Test ReviewProject presentationFinal Exam: 10:00 – 12:00, Tuesday, May 1197 - 116690685-689Canvas591690685-689691-692603-606
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)Spring 2021Custom Textbook: ERP 2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (digital collection ISBN:9781323923481), Custom Textbook Pearson Publishing. The textbook can be purchased fromPearson Publishing Note: Horngren's Accounting, The Financial Chapters, 12th Edition (ISBN-13:9780134490540),Tracie L. Miller-Nobles, Brenda L. Mattison, Ella Mae MatsumuraProcesses, Systems, and Information: An Introduction to MIS, 3rd Edition (ISBN-13:9780134827001), by Earl H. McKinney and David M. Kroenke
ERP2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Spring 2021 TEXTBOOK(S) AND MATERIALS FOR COURSE Students MUST bring the required textbook and Course Notes to each class. 1. Textbook: ERP 2110 Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (digital collection ISBN: 9781323