Mon, 12th November 2018
This Module explores a wide range of applications for eCommerce and the use of these in solving business problems. One will learn about state-of-the-art technologies and their major impact on the business world.
This Particular unit will prepare one for an assignment throughout the duration of the module.
The Qualification is taught face-to-face, through lectures, tutorials, seminars and laboratory session, by NCC qualified tutors.
Upon completion of this module equivalent to 7.5 ECTS credits you are also able to complete your diploma in business MQF Level 5. The whole diploma consists of 8 modules these are:
Essentials of Management, Fundamentals of Economics, Communication for Business, Understanding Business Organisations, Business Mathematics, Accounts for non- accountants, eBusiness, Principles of Marketing.
NCC Education is regulated by Ofqual (Office of the qualifications and examination regulator) to award the QCF Level 4 Diploma in Business in England. The official name on the certificate will be MQF level 5 Diploma in Business.
- Introduction to eCommerce
- eCommerce Revenue Models
- eMarketing Strategies
- Advertising and Brand Management
- eCommerce Business to Business Strategies
- Supply Chain Management
- Online Auctions
- Online Marketplaces, Communities and portals
- Security Threats and Countermeasures for End Users
- Security Threats and Countermeasures for Enterprises
- Payment Systems for eCommerce
- Planning for eCommerce
- Analyse eCommerce business revenue models
- Analyse eCommerce business-to-consumer strategies
- Analyse eCommerce business-to-business strategies
- Evaluate various forms of online marketplaces & online payments
- Examine the security threats posed to eCommerce users and how to combat them
- Understand how to plan eCommerce strategies
Lectures, hands on practice & workshops
NCC Education 'Principles of Marketing' module | 7.5 ECTS Credits
Monday 12th November 2018
Wednesday 19th December 2018
Monday and Wednesday
6.00pm - 8.30pm
The ICCS qualification or a minimum of 6 O’levels to enroll on the IDCS. To start the BSc 2nd year students must have successfully completed the IDCS or an equivalent qualification. Only students who complete all BSc 2nd year modules can move on to the final year of the Middlesex University BSc.
Since short courses are normally beginners courses most do not have specific entry requirements. With regards to the programming short courses a basic understanding of this field is recommended. A good level of English is essential.
IT Professional Courses
Entry requirements for these courses depend on the course in question. Normally those who apply for such courses have a number of years of work experience within management or IT.
If you do not have the necessary requirement we also provide you with foundation courses that will provide you with the entry requirement for your diplomas.
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