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With 36 million online shoppers, an increasing purchase frequency and two-digit annual growth, the e-commerce market displays an insolent dynamism. Yet the retail industry has not said its last word and is just beginning to take full advantage of the data and technological innovations. Now more than ever, the borders between digital and physical sales fade and for the consumer, the Omni becomes the norm.

With this context in mind, it is important to train professionals, providing them with customer knowledge and marketing tools to meet the expectations of the increasingly connected clientele. The digitalization of a company is no longer an end in itself but rather the result of a user-centric attitude.

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Degrees in e-commerce are awarded at the undergraduate and graduate levels and may be offered through business, computer science or operations management departments. Some e-commerce programs are interdisciplinary in nature and include classes from many academic departments.

The universities highlighted below have previously received high rankings from The Princeton Review and/or U.S. News & World Report . Program offerings include majors in e-business or e-commerce as well as master's degree programs in the field.

The University of Scranton is a private Jesuit school that U.S. News & World Report ranked sixth on its list of best colleges in the North for 2017. The School of Management includes the specialized Department of Operations and Information Management (OIM), through which students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Commerce. OIM faculty members publish work in e-commerce journals, such as the International Journal of Electronic Commerce and the Journal of Internet Commerce.

With 36 million online shoppers, an increasing purchase frequency and two-digit annual growth, the e-commerce market displays an insolent dynamism. Yet the retail industry has not said its last word and is just beginning to take full advantage of the data and technological innovations. Now more than ever, the borders between digital and physical sales fade and for the consumer, the Omni becomes the norm.

With this context in mind, it is important to train professionals, providing them with customer knowledge and marketing tools to meet the expectations of the increasingly connected clientele. The digitalization of a company is no longer an end in itself but rather the result of a user-centric attitude.

With 36 million online shoppers, an increasing purchase frequency and two-digit annual growth, the e-commerce market displays an insolent dynamism. Yet the retail industry has not said its last word and is just beginning to take full advantage of the data and technological innovations. Now more than ever, the borders between digital and physical sales fade and for the consumer, the Omni becomes the norm.

With this context in mind, it is important to train professionals, providing them with customer knowledge and marketing tools to meet the expectations of the increasingly connected clientele. The digitalization of a company is no longer an end in itself but rather the result of a user-centric attitude.

P.O. Box 400, Austin, Texas 78767-0400 • 800.695.2919
Copyright 1995- Texas Association of School Boards, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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