電子商務學程
Electronic Commerce Program
Introduction
Internet has been an indispensable part for the business in the new era, among which Electronic Commerce (EC) and cross-enterprise communication and coordination have become the keys of almost every industry.
 
This program will train the students to understand the business models of e-business from a management point of view, and learn its impact and influence to business & industry. Through coordination with Computer Science and many departments and institutes, this program aims to help the students to become familiar with issues in electronic commerce.
 
Program Implementation
This program is mainly open to junior/senior. This program aims to help the students to understand the basic concepts, development and applications of EC, and enhance the basic training in management and Computer Science technology.
 
'Special Topics in EC' is the capstone course of the program. It will invite the industry companies to introduce successful cases and experiences. Under the guidance of the professor and the industry companies, students have to complete the case study in groups.
 
Course Requirements

1. Students need to complete 15 credits, including 3 credits for the required courses and 12 credits for the optional courses (both A Group and B Group courses must be included). For each type of optional course, at least 3 credits must be completed. For similar courses (e.g. marketing courses), students can choose one of them.

2.'Special Topics in EC' is the capstone course of the program and will cooperate with industry companies. Before taking this course, students have to complete EC course and at least one A Group (management) course and one B Group (CS technology) course.

At least 9 credits do not count toward the student's major, minor or required courses of other programs.

Committee
Institute of Service Science, Wang, Jyun-Cheng (Chair)
Dep. of IEEM, Amy J. C. Trappey
Dep. of IEEM, Fei-Long Chen
Dep. of IEEM, James T. Lin
Dep. of IEEM, Jiang-Liang Hou
Institute of Law for Science and Technology, Fan, Chien-Te
Institute of Technology Management, Hsiao, Chung-Chiang
Computer & Communication Center, Wang, Horng-Tzong
Dep. of CS, Chuan Yi Tang
Dep. of CS, Jyh-Shing Roger Jang
Dep. of CS, Jia-Shung Wang
Dep. of CS, Shi-Nine Yang