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Associate in Science
Program Coordinator: Betti Gladue - 860-215-9430

In this 60-61 degree credit program students will obtain a working knowledge of E-Commerce as well as expertise in the area of web, programming, and databases. They will learn how to develop and maintain websites and become competent in the other aspects of business, technology, and the worldwide web.

E-Commerce involves many different technical and business skills. The occupational field of E-Commerce will be of the fastest growing in the industry.



Course ID Title of Course Credits
ACC* K115° Financial Accounting 4
BBG* K11 Business Software Applications 3
ENG* K101° Composition 3
IDS K105 First Year Experience 3
MAT* K123° Elementary Statistics 3
BMG* K202° Principles of Management 3
BMK* K201° Principles of Marketing 3
CSC* K108° Introduction to Programming 4
CST* K153° Web Development and Design I 4
_________ Social Sciences Elective 3
  TOTAL 17
BBG* K294° Business Internship  
or or  
_________ Business Elective 3
or or  
_________ Computer Science Elective  
COM* K173° Public Speaking 3
CSC* K233° Database Development I 4
GRA* K155° Advertising Design 3
  TOTAL 13
BBG* K231° Business Law I 3
CST* K253° Web E-Commerce 4
CST* K275° Information Security 4
__________ Natural Sciences Elective 3-4
TOTAL 14-15

° Course has a prerequisite. Students should check course description.

E-Commerce, Associate in Science Degree
Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  1. understand the use of current accounting systems and procedures.
  2. understand and use Microsoft Suite application software; fundamental concepts underlying the current database technology; and Web Design and Development concepts.
  3. understand the fundamental legal principles and their applications to business transactions and to individual rights and obligations.
  4. understand the fundamental principles of management and business operations.
  5. understand marketing research and consumer behavior in the formulation of marketing strategies.

  6. understand computer design, programming, information processing and algorithmic problem solving.
  7. understand the essentials of electronic commerce including electronic purchase order and invoicing, electronic commerce security, electronic payment systems and basic network security.