Operate and manage effectively in the e-business environment
Our MSc in e-Business Management has been designed for those who wish to operate effectively in the e-business environment and manage either the transformation of existing business processes or creation of new e-business activity.
The course is suitable for graduates from a whole range of science, engineering and business backgrounds as well as those with a qualification in IT.
We will provide you with
The techniques to evaluate and manage strategic development of e-business based organisations and manage appropriate enabling e-business technologies
You will learn how to evaluate, manage and improve the operational functions of an organisation and apply the concepts of systems integration to the design and development of products and services through market analysis.
|Finance for e-Business||Global e-Business|
|Supply Chain Integration||Information Systems Management|
|Creating Profitable e-Business||e-Commerce|
|e-Customer Relationship Management|
If you can gain exemption from some of the core modules because of prior experience or qualifications, then you may choose more electives.
You can choose up to three electives from the list of elective modules.
You are advised to select one or more of the recommended electives which are: -
- Enterprise Information Systems
- Computer Programming
- Collaborative Product Development
- Computer Graphics & Visualisation
- Information and Communication Technologies
Other modules can be selected by agreement.
If you gain exemption from some of the compulsory modules because of prior experience or qualifications, then you must choose more electives.
The project is worth 50% of the final grade and supports you in developing your personal research skills. For e-Business Management the project should normally be related to management or technology-related issues in companies involved in e-Business and e-Commerce.
Work on your project runs concurrently with your module work. In addition to face-to-face meetings, supervisors may expect you to use online collaborative tools to manage and monitor your progress.
You are expected to devote an appropriate portion of your time and intellectual effort to the project during the course i.e. approximately 900 hours or 6 months study.
Examples of some projects are:
- Investigation of virtual communities for competitive advantage.
- Measuring success for business websites.
- Technical computing projects/systems design.
- The impact of mass-customisation in the on-line environment.
- The impact of Distributed Denial of Service attacks on SMEs.
- Comparison of effectiveness of online advertising to traditional media.
The taught component of the course is a mixture of traditional lectured material, syndicate/group work, large scale delivery, practical work, online learning and forum activities. Module leaders are experts in their fields and are supported by external speakers working in organisations at the forefront of their fields.
The taught component of the course is assessed primarily through written assignments, although some modules include assessed in-module exercises. There are no written exams.
Each module will usually last one week.
After You Graduate
Graduates can expect to be employed in information technology and software related companies, enterprises with existing or developing online e-business initiatives, particularly those in the engineering and/or manufacturing sector.
Successful alumni often go into IT and e-business consultancy roles, both self-employed and in large consultancy groups.
If you have questions about this course, you can contact the Admissions Office: firstname.lastname@example.org, +44 (0)24 7652 3691
"It is a completely different way of learning than listening to lectures and making notes. You learn by working together to solve problems and develop solutions, putting the information you gained in the classroom to work in the real world of business."
MSc e-Business Management
3rd October 2016
One year, full time
Online (£50 application fee)
Bachelor 2:2 (Hons) or equivalent
IELTS 6.5 (or IELTS 6.0 + pre-sessional)
31st August 2016