Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study
A Bachelor’s degree in e-Commerce is concerned with the use of computers and Internet in order to conduct commercial activities. The degree is concerned specifically with selling products or services, internet marketing or web pages for stores. Graduates will be able to find a job in any organization interested in Internet sales.
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Top Bachelor Programs in e-Commerce in New Zealand 2016/2017
The BECom Honours (BECom(Hons)) degree provides a bridge into further academic study that follows on from the BECom in the electronic commerce area at the masters or PhD level. This degree will allow you to investigate in-depth an academic area of electronic commerce of interest to you. Because of the focus on further academic study, the degree includes a research methods paper to introduce you to the processes and techniques of conducting and publishing academic research. [+]
Bachelor of Electronic Commerce with Honours
Business firms in New Zealand and around the world have reported a growing shortage of prospective employees who have a solid mix of business and management education, combined with skills and hands-on experience in applying electronic commerce technologies to today's internet-driven business environment. The three-year Bachelor of Electronic Commerce (BECom) aims to provide this in-demand mix of management and technology skills in its graduates.
Applying electronic commerce technologies to the redevelopment of existing business processes requires more than just a basic acquaintance with computers. There are new business models emerging that will revolutionise how organisations interact with their key customers and suppliers through the use of the internet, both to transfer and process business transactions, but also to develop electronically enabled relationships and support human interaction. Electronic commerce is far more than building Web pages; it touches the fundamental functions of every business organisation. Employers need people, with a BECom on their CV, who can contribute to the radical changes that will be needed in the coming years as organisations become more closely tied to internet processes.... [-]