E-Commerce Strategies (3) Introduction to the fundamental Principles of Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce) technologies, applications, and management of E-Commerce in modern organizations.
MIS 391 Principles of E-Commerce (3)
INFSY 391 provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of e-commerce and serves as a foundation for business undergraduate students to understand e-commerce application and management in modern organizations. The course is designed to appeal to all business undergraduate students. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have an understanding of the various types of e-commerce utilization and management in organizations throughout the world.
INFSY 391 is an elective in the Business program. INFSY 390, Information Systems Management & Applications, is a required course for Information Systems and Business students and is a prerequisite for INFSY 391. In INFSY 391, Business students will continue to explore the inter-relationship between information technology and organizational functions and management.
In addition to examinations, students will be assigned to project- and team-based assignments where students will actively examine e-commerce applications as well as management cases and the impact of e-commerce on the modern organization. Student performance will be evaluated using both examinations and team project assignments.
INFSY 391 will be offered once per semester with multiple sections based on student enrollment and demand.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.