E-Commerce & Web-Based Business
The E-Commerce & Web-Based Business BA degree explores the infinite possibilities that the internet can offer a business. E-Commerce has many advantages over brick-and-mortar businesses, from eliminating geographical limitations to lowered operation costs. Enrolling in the program at Blitstein Institute will help you develop the integral skills and knowledge to create a rock-solid approach toward successful business and commerce of the web. The degree coursework covers both the technical foundations and the design creativity that work hand-in-hand to grow competitive online businesses. Some specific courses include Web Programming, Website Design and Development, and Graphic and Multimedia Design. A BA degree in E-Commerce & Web-Based Business from Blitstein Institute will help launch your career in a variety of professions as an E-Business Consultant or E-Services Manager, or even go on to become an online business entrepreneur.
E-Commerce sales in 2021 accounted for over 13% of total sales with 80% of American consumers shopping online and those numbers will only continue to rise. Our students are being equipped to assist the sellers and the buyers in more effectively and efficiently navigating the electronic highway of commerce.
General Education Requirements
Students must complete Blitstein Institute’s General Education Requirements as listed in the catalog.
General Business Major Requirements
A minimum of 120 semester hours is required for all students who graduate from Hebrew Theological College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Students pursuing an additional major in business must complete 45 semester hours in business and related courses, as outlined below.
Business Core Requirements
|BUSH 213 / ENGH 211 - Business Communication*||3|
|BUSH/MATH 272 - Statistical Analysis*||3|
|PHIH 322 - Case Studies in Jewish Business Ethics*||3|
|BUSH 385 - Business Policy and Strategic Management*||3|
*Must be completed in residence
|ACCH 201 - Principles of Financial Accounting||3|
|ACCH 202 - Principles of Managerial Accounting||3|
|BUSH 206 - Business Data Analysis||3|
|BUSH 215 or BUSH 217 - Macroeconomics or Microeconomics||3|
|BUSH 311 - Principles of Marketing||3|
|BUSH 341 - Business Finance||3|
|BUSH 361 - E-Commerce||3|
Ecommerce and Web-Based Business Major Coursework
|BUSH 320 - Advertising||3|
|CAIH 150 - Principles of Computer Science||3|
|CAIH 250 or CAIH 263 - Introduction to Web Programming or Website Design and Development||3|
|CAIH 271 - Graphic and Multimedia Design||3|
BUSH 385 serves as the capstone course which builds on the knowledge and skills attained throughout the curriculum.