The Minor in eBusiness prepares students to work in careers in the evolving Internet economy and the field of electronic commerce. It provides students, who have already developed a solid understanding of business principles and operations with in-depth knowledge of the specifics of setting up and operating a 'virtual' business, either stand alone or as part of an existing conventional organization.
The Minor is co-ordinated by the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management; however, courses in the Minor are delivered by all four Schools within the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Administered by: Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management
To receive this Minor, students must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:
Required courses (2):
|ITM 350||Concepts of e-Business|
|RMG 910||Omni-Channel Retailing|
Plus four (4) of the following:
|ENT 526||Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Strategy|
|GMS 550||Business-to-Business e-Commerce|
|HTI 746||Destination Management Systems|
|ITM 330||Supply Chain Process Architecture|
|ITM 360||Establishing an eBusiness Operation|
|LAW 723||Issues in Information Technology Law|
|MKT 300||Marketing Metrics and Analysis|
|MKT 400||Understanding Consumers and the New Media|