Architecture for Business and E-Commerce
This course covers business, e-commerce, and enterprise applications from architecture, design and development methodologies perspective. Concepts covered include multi-tier and enterprise application architecture; service oriented architecture; architectural layers; usability issues; data architecture; object-oriented, client/server, and e-commerce models for business applications; and business e-commerce technologies including web portals, mobile commerce, web site usability and design considerations, marketing on the web, business-to-business e-commerce, e-security, and e-payments.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
Determine the appropriate systems architecture, software architecture, presentation tier architecture, and data architecture for business and e-commerce applications.
Apply knowledge of architecture and information technology issues such as networking, data resources, enterprise systems, management support systems, custom applications, packaged systems, usability and user experience to development of business and e-commerce systems.
Apply knowledge of e-business/e-commerce issues such as internet architectures, portals, mobile commerce, internet marketing, B2B, B2C, electronic security and payments to development of web-based business and e-commerce systems.
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