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Home > Academics > Academic Programs > MSEC (MS e-Commerce)

The mission of the School of Business is to offer quality and unique programs that:

  • Are progressive, proactive, ethical and humanistic
  • Are interactive with the needs of the domestic business community and selected international business communities
  • Add a solid body of knowledge, understanding, and experience in various aspects of business such as management and ethical leadership to the foundation of liberal arts

The Master of Science in e-Commerce offers an interdisciplinary program through the joint faculties of the School of Business and the Computer Science Department of the College of Science and Mathematics.

A unique academic degree that blends coursework and research to give students an overview of this emerging area of business, the Master of Science in e-Commerce program is designed to provide the student with a broad range of competencies to analyze, design, and construct e-commerce solutions to address the complex needs of businesses and organizations.

Students of the Master of Science in e-Commerce program apply appropriate application software tools and methods for business and organizational solutions. Students develop skills to communicate complex ideas through oral presentations and written documents, and effectively lead and manage IT professionals. Graduates take an active role in establishing organizational cultures that embrace the ethical use of information technologies and thrive professionally in a business environment that is constantly undergoing technological change.

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