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DA 180 - E-Commerce


Credit Hours: 4

This course provides an overview of the principles and concepts of electronic commerce. It includes how to create a Web presence, build an online store and publish Web pages. Various Web-based tools, such as those available on the AS/400 Web server and others, will be introduced. This course will also discuss security on the Web.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion, the student will be able to:

  • describe Electronic Commerce, business to business, business to consumer;
  • demonstrate and the infrastructure and software choices regarding E-commerce;
  • describe different Electronic commerce models and applications;
  • build an online store with all its component parts using Web-based tools;
  • list the steps used in implementing Electronic Commerce schemas;
  • describe the differences and similarities of business/customer and business/business relationships between E-commerce and traditional commerce; and
  • demonstrate familiarity with Web page structure and design.


F/S (N)

Windows proficiency required.