Electronic Commerce

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Lecture Theatre LLT 1A

CIT Block B
LLT 1A
College of Computing and Information Sciences
Course Code: 
BIT 2110
Course Credit Units: 
3
Semester: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

Course Description:  The topics covered in this course include: computerized trading systems, electronic funds transfer, automatic product identification and bar code technology, electronic data interchange; the infrastructure of electronic commerce; electronic payment systems;  Electronic commerce retailing and corporate finance; Intranets and supply chain management; remote banking, procurement and purchasing, online  marketing  and  advertisement,  home  shopping,  and  auctions.  E commerce security issues, transaction integrity and electronic payment systems are considered; and legal aspects of ecommerce. The course includes a major group project, which draws on a wide range of skills of team members to set up an integrated electronic business. Issues such as business-to-business transactions are also covered.                                                                                                                                                                                                     Aims: The course aims to provide students with the skills required to design, implement and evaluate robust  ecommerce  applications.  The  theory  and  application  of  electronic  commerce  solutions  on  the internet to improve business profit are presented. The techniques, tools and infrastructure required for on- line transactions are presented. 

Learning Outcomes: 

On completion of this course unit, the students will be able to: Explain  the  issues  related  to  various  electronic  commerce  models  and  Internet/Web  business opportunities and practices

  • Appreciate and explain the fundamental technologies for implementing electronic Commerce systems.
  • Explain the latest developments in electronic Commerce and their implications for organizations.
  • Implement database-driven electronic Commerce Web sites.
  • Appreciate the potential impacts of different electronic Commerce strategies
  • Become aware of the security and transaction properties of electronic Commerce systems and their solutions.
  • Become aware of some of the regulatory and legal issues of electronic Commerce
  • Learn various techniques ensuring Web transactions security
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