BAEB2203 - E-Commerce for Business
BAEB2203 E-Commerce for Business 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites None
Goal This course covers the technological concepts, and the activities of design and implementation of a typical e-commerce application.
The course should enable the student to:

Gain hands-on experience in the design and implementation of an e-commerce, using a development platform such a Site Server.
The students should be able to describe:

  1. What Electronic Commerce is,
  2. How it is being conducted and managed, and
  3. What is the major opportunities, limitations, issues, and risks.
  4. Give a brief knowledge about Internet infrastructure, strategy formulation and implementation, technology concepts, public policy issues, and capital infrastructure in order to make effective business decisions.
  5. Present a framework for the study and practice of e-Commerce with business strategy at the core surrounded by four infrastructures;
  6. The technology infrastructure that underlies the Internet,
  7. The media infrastructure that provides the content for businesses,
  8. The public policy regulations that provide both opportunities and constraints, and,
  9. The capital infrastructure that provides the money and capital to run the businesses.
  10. Explore the core concepts of New Economy strategy and associated enablers enriched by a wide variety of examples, case studies, and explanations culled directly from practice.
  11. Link-ups between different e-commerce sites.
  12. Apply Security and legal issues on doing business with e-commerce.
  13. Apply Transaction integrity, electronic payment systems, internet marketing, retailing, corporate finance, intranets, supply chain management, and manufacturing.
  14. Study the models like B2B, B2C, G2C, P2P transaction, component based designs.