Jan 19, 2022  
2020-21 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2020-21 Undergraduate Bulletin Archived

Electronic Business Minor


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Electronic business or e-business is the term commonly used to describe the use of the internet and other digital technology for conducting business, including advertising, organizational communication, control/coordination, training, management, etc. E-business activities involving buying and selling goods or services often are referred to as “electronic commerce” (e-commerce). The electronic business minor provides preparation for the student who desires to be actively engaged in the e-business operations of a firm, including being knowledgeable about e-business technology and how it relates to management strategies and issues. Students completing the electronic business minor can find positions in all types of public and private organizations, including “virtual” companies that conduct essentially all of their business by electronic means.

The electronic business (e-business) minor is available to any student who meets the course prerequisites. The minor consists of MGMT 3370  and MGMT 4372 , MKTG 3351  and MKTG 4325 , CSIT 3340  and CSIT 3350 , and BUSI 4361 . This minor requires 21 hours, at least nine hours must be completed at SFA, with a minimum 2.0 GPA at SFA.

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