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Electronic Commerce 3 Course Bundle


This bundle of 3 courses gives the student a good understanding of the history of Electronic Commerce, How the Internet and the Web provide the infrastructure for E-Commerce, Tools and Software used to build and manage E-Commerce, Marketing/Sales/Promotion Strategies, Purchasing and Support Activities, ethical, legal and tax issues, as well as security issues related to doing business over the internet.

This course is an "E-Learning" course. The course is self-paced and taught by a audio of an announcer reading the leading topic and paragraph of each section. The student then reads and navigates through the remaining materials for each section. Each sub-section has a practice test to help the student review their understanding of that section while preparing for the post course assesment exam.


Unit 1:

Identify the developments and uses of EDI

List the advantageous effects of Business-to-Business E-Commerce

Differentiate between electronic commerce and traditional commerce

List the advantages and disadvantages of using electronic commerce to conduct business activities

Understand the international nature of electronic commerce

Identify how the growth of the Internet and the World Wide Web have stimulated the emergence of electronic commerce

Identify economic forces that have created an environment that fosters electronic commerce

List how businesses use value chains to identify electronic commerce opportunities

Unit 2:

Understand how to establish an effective business presence on the Web

List promotion techniques for the Web

Understand how to meet the needs of Web site visitors

Perform usability testing in Web site design

Identify and reach customers on the Web

Identify marketing approaches that work on the Web

Understand the elements of branding

Understand branding strategies and costs

Develop business models for selling on the Web

Unit 3:

Understand important computer and electronic commerce security terms

Understand why secrecy, integrity, and necessity are three parts of any security program

Identify the roles of copyright and intellectual property and their importance in any study of electronic commerce

List the threats to computer and electronic commerce security and the countermeasures used to eliminate or reduce these threats

List specific threats to client machines, Web servers, and commerce servers

Identify where security can be enhanced in back office products, such as database servers

Understand how security protocols help plug security holes

Identify the roles that encryption and certificates play in assurance and secrecy.


Each unit of the Electronic Commerce courses provide student assesment through a pre-course assesment test and a post-course assesment test. Students are able to see test score. Student are able to re-take units to better understand the training. Student can measure pre and post course scores to measure acquired knowledge and understanding of Electronic Commerce.

course quick facts
course code DED2688
cost $139.00
estimated time to
complete course
72 Hours
course materials
6 Months

Nathan Bryant has developed a number of online e-commerce programs, and is a national corporate provider of Professional Grade Training (tm). Nathan has designed online electronic commerce courses for individuals, businesses, and industry leaders who want to learn about e-commerce security issues and strategies as well as a variety of other related issues.