eBusiness, also known as eCommerce, has come to be the way in which Internet-based as well as traditional retailers do business online. In both cases, time-honored business principles are tested against a new, tech-savvy consumer market. Professionals in this field recognize their customers want ease, reliability, and security from the... online interface.
Business and technology go hand in hand in this field. Therefore, schools offering degrees in eBusiness and eCommerce blend traditional coursework in finance, management organizational operations, and marketing with computer science and information technology. Students will become familiar with the leading eBusiness and eCommerce software applications.
A background in eBusiness and eCommerce will prepare students to work in many areas of the online business world including market research, project management, product development, web design, online security, or customer service. Another option is to just break out as an individual entrepreneur. Online businesses usually require lower start-up costs and have wider marketability compared to new businesses in other industries. Professionals can also become certified by the Institute of Certified E-Commerce Consultants.
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The BBA with emphasis in E-commerce provides a fundamental understanding of the tools and processes used to; conduct business electronically, engage in virtual marketing campaigns, maintain customer c more >