IT & Communications: Introduction to E-Business

Course Number: 
BT 121

The recent developements in information technology (IT) and e-business have brought dramatic changes in the way companies operate, compete and conduct business.  During theis course, students are introduced to the organization structure of e-business and are provided with a solid theoretical foundation for understanding applications from a managerial orientation.  The focus is how new technology is conducted and managed, in addition to what are its opportunities, limitations, issues and risks.  The goals for the course encourage student to develop skills in two areas: Information Technology Fundamentals and Business Applications.  Specific topics include: Architecture of IT; e-business and the Internet; future trends in IT; and understanding business applications as they relate to IT. 

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Credit Hours: 
3.00
Lecture Hours: 
3.00
Study Hours: 
3.00