eBusiness for Managers
This course will investigate the application of information technology to the business processes of organisations. Specifically, it will consider the convergence of information and communications technologies as manifested in electronic document interchange and the emerging electronic commerce revolution. Within the context of electronic commerce, this course will look at the rise of electronic transaction processing, with particular emphasis on the development of e-commerce as an alternate way of doing business, new systems of payment, security issues about the conduct of business through Internet portals and ‘Web’ pages. The course will consider the new social, ethical and legal issues raised when organisations and individuals conduct business transactions over the Internet. Finally, the course will also investigate and review new trends in the way individuals, organisations and governments may interact with one another in the future, such as the use of intelligent agents.
|Faculty||Faculty of Science and Information Technology|
|School||School of Design, Communication and Information Technology|
Not currently offered
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
Introduction to E-Commerce Internet Business Models Strategic eBusiness B2C and e-tailing B2B and e-marketplaces Supply Chain Management e-Service Industries Electronic Payment Systems Developing and Implementing e-Business e-Marketing eBusiness Security Social, Legal and Ethical Impacts
|Timetable||2016 Course Timetables for GEBU6490|