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NEW Self-Paced ASU UL Course: CIS 309 Business Process Management

Arizona State University has added another NEW course: CIS 309 Business Process Management is a self-paced 3 credit course, available starting January, 2022. Note that this is also an upper level (junior/senior) course, which are hard to find at such a low price!


Analysis and evaluation of business processes in the context of improving operational efficiency.

This course examines organizational processes, evaluates & analyzes business process metrics in the context of improving operational efficiency thereby creating business value.

What you’ll learn

  • Explain the basic concepts of business process and management strategy.
  • Use key process measures, their interrelationship and managerial levers to manage and control the business process.
  • Plan for and control the variability of the business process to enhance the process performance.

Degrees and Certificates

This course is part of the online Bachelor’s of Science in Business Data Analytics and the Applied Business Data Analytics Certificate.


As with all ASU Universal Learner courses, the cost is just $25 to sign up and you pay $400 at the end, only if you like the grade. If you don’t pay there is no record of the course, no record of failure, or record of not completing the course.

What is the UL program?

ASU’s Universal Learner program, formerly known as the Earned Admissions program, is a unicorn in the college world. Students of any age in any part of the world can sign up for regionally accredited (the gold standard) college courses with no hassles, no need to send your transcripts, no red tape, no placement tests, and no risk to a student’s GPA. If the student doesn’t get the grade they want, simply do not pay the $400 at the end of the course and there is no record of the course. Retake the courses as many times as is needed for just a minimal $25 sign-up fee. Find out the full scope of the program.

How to Sign Up

For more detailed information about how to sign up to take courses in the Universal Learner program, formerly known as the Earned Admissions program, please visit our post “How to Sign up for ASU Earned Admissions Courses”