Department of Computer Science, College of Science and Engineering
The study of E-commerce covers the many technologies involved with conducting business over the Internet. For example, it includes working with shopping carts and Web services and developing E-commerce sites. It also involves learning various ways to conduct business online and to manage the technical issues associated with constructing an e-commerce Web site.
Why Consider a Certificate in E-Commerce?
This Internet Studies Center (ISC) certificate is designed to teach students how to build and manage data-driven web sites, through specialized courses offered by the Management Information Systems program in the College of Business and Economics. The E-commerce certificate provides students with the knowledge, context and necessary skills to prepare them for conducting business using information technology and the Internet.
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Dr. James Hearne
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E-commerce professional | Webmaster | Web application developer | Web content manager | Content writer | SEO specialist | Web developer | Database programmer | and a number of other Web-related jobs concerned with web management and e-commerce
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
After completion of CSCI 202 and MIS 314, students can apply to earn ISC certificates. Applications are available through the Computer Science department.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s certificate courses, and supporting courses for certificates.