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MIS1600 e-Business Systems
Credit Points: 15

e-Business, in its broadest sense, is the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) to support all business activities. e-Commerce (a subset of e-Business) involves the use of the Internet in the transacting of business.  Organisations are experiencing enormous changes brought about, in part, by the multi-billion dollar evolution of e-Business and e-Commerce. 
In this unit students will examine some of the issues and technology underlying e-Business. Students will also gain an understanding of the systems development process for e-Business systems; some of the multimedia elements used in e-Business and how e-Business systems help organisations achieve their goals and objectives.
The unit will also examine the ethical, social and legal implications of business and technology, including methods used to protect online privacy. Students will also explore the change in careers brought about by the e-Business revolution.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
C24Associate Degree of Hospitality and Tourism Management
K32Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Business
G95Bachelor of Business
G95Bachelor of Business - Bunbury
K34Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
K09Bachelor of Forensic Investigation
K93Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management
K92Bachelor of Hospitality Management
Y04Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Business
K91Bachelor of Tourism Management
MAAAHIBusiness Major
MAAADIManagement of Information Technology Major
MIAACVManagement of Information Technology Minor
MAAAHQPublic Practice Major - Bunbury
MIAAEUPublic Practice Minor - Bunbury
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010