California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Expanded Course Outline (ECO)
2008-2009
Department Name: TOM/EBZ Course Ti...
• Students will also use the Internet to download technical documents for class reading
assignments.
V. Special or Unique ...
VIII. Methods of Evaluating Outcomes:
The following methods will be used to evaluate students' work, i.e. written exams, t...
• PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)
• SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
• Virus Protection and Firewalls
6 Electronic Payment Systems
• T...
SECTION C
SECTION C: UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING GOALS (AACSB STANDARDS)
Foundation Knowledge and Skill Learning Goals
Goal Cla...
SECTION C
SECTION C: UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING GOALS (AACSB STANDARDS)
Foundation Knowledge and Skill Learning Goals
Goal Cla...
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  • 1. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Expanded Course Outline (ECO) 2008-2009 Department Name: TOM/EBZ Course Title: E-business Technology Prepared By: Zhu and Uyboco Course Number: EBZ302 Date Prepared: October 10, 2008 Date Approved By Undergraduate Studies Committee: __________ SECTION A I. Catalog Description: EBZ302 E-business Technology (4). Technologies used to support all aspects of electronic business. Concepts, vocabulary and tools of electronic business technology. Hands-on projects. 4 lectures/problem-solving. Prerequisite: TOM 301 and CIS 310 with a grade of C or better. II. Required Background or Experience: Give prerequisites and any other background which students must have before enrolling in the class, if there are no prerequisites, state "none". Since prerequisites will limit enrollment in the class, do not list prerequisites unless it is important that the students have the prerequisite before enrolling. Introductory level classes usually have no prerequisites. Upper division or advanced level classes frequently have one or more prerequisites. A. Prerequisites: TOM 301 (pending approval) and CIS 310 with a grade of C or better. B. Prerequisites Justification: It is essential that students have the proper background in Operations Management (TOM 301) and Management Information Systems (CIS 310) in order to build the e- business technology around n-tier client/server architecture. This course will also prepare the students for various subjects that revolved around e-business such as security, enterprise portals and integration. C. General Education Contribution: Students must be able to utilize abstract thinking and logical reasoning skills to frame logical conclusions from prerequisite(s). Course like STA 120 would be necessary for basic reasoning skills. Students should also be able to express themselves both verbally and in writing (ENG 104). III. Expected Outcomes: Students who earn a grade of C or better in this class should be able to: • Articulate the common issues and challenges in planning for Internet commerce system. • Explain and describe an n-tier Client/Server architecture. • Design a simple Enterprise Portal with content integration/management. • Articulate the basics of Internet/network security, cryptography and application security. • Compare and contrast various digital payment systems. • Compare and contrast the integration challenges among ERP systems. • Articulate the various mobile and multimedia products used in Internet commerce. IV. Text and References: • The World Is Flat 3.0: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century (Paperback) - Thomas Freidman (ISBN 978-0312425074) 672 pages July 24, 2007 Prepared by Zhu and Uyboco EBZ302 ECO Oct., 2008 1
  • 2. • Students will also use the Internet to download technical documents for class reading assignments. V. Special or Unique Student Materials: Check any materials, supplies, equipment, etc., which students must provide. Zip Disk Calculator Camera Laptop Floppy Disk Graph Paper Video Camera Computer CD-Rom Writing Pad Videotape Other VI. Special or Unique University Facilities: List the university facilities/equipment that will be required in order to offer this class, such as gymnastic equipment, special classroom, A-V equipment, laboratories, etc. VII. Expanded Description of the Course and Instructional Methods: A. Expanded Description of the Course: Course material will examine the basic e-business technology for building an Internet commerce system. Part of the course focuses on technology issues with emphasis toward understanding the key ideas underlying the technology. Students will also have a clear and accurate view of all components necessary for a successful Internet commerce system design. One of the biggest issues in Internet commerce systems is security. The course goes beyond the foundation of cryptography to the design of secure system. A careful design of security policies, mechanisms, characteristics and containment of the applications will be explored. Digital payment systems play an important role therefore students will learn the various trust models and cost structures. B. Instructional Methods: Prepared by Zhu and Uyboco EBZ302 ECO Oct., 2008 Computer Lab Computer Connection “Smart” Classroom (1 workstation) File Server White Board/Markers Overhead Screen Computer Projector VCR Microphone Laser Pointer Printer Moveable Classroom Furniture Internet Connection Laptop Ports Other Lecture Cases Individualized Instruction Lecture/Discussion Open Lab Cooperative Learning Seminar Videotapes Distance Learning Simulation Other 2
  • 3. VIII. Methods of Evaluating Outcomes: The following methods will be used to evaluate students' work, i.e. written exams, term papers, individual projects, participation, quizzes, attendance, etc. These evaluation tools are to provide guidance to faculty teaching the course. Individual instructor methods of evaluation may vary. Remember that all classes taught at the College of Business require writing by the students. Recommended Evaluation Tools: Individual Paper: 10% Individual Project: 20% Tests & Exams: 50% Class Participation: 20% SECTION B Week Theme/Topic 1 Overview of the Internet • OSI Model • Internet Infrastructure • IP Addressing • Domain Name Service • TCP/IP Protocols 2 Infrastructure for Electronic Commerce • n-tier Client/Server architecture • Application Server • Web Server • Database Server • Firewalls and Routers (DMZ Configuration) • Load Balancer & Proxy Servers 3 Enterprise Portal, Content Management & Search Engines • Portal Architecture • Portal Homepage Design • Portal Menu & Taxonomy • Portal Registry & Security • Portlets (Pagelets) • Content Management • Search Engine Mechanisms including BOTS • Email Systems 4 Cryptography • Basic Encryption/Decryption • Symmetrical Keys • Asymmetrical Keys (Public/Private Keys) • Digital Signature • Digital Certificate 5 E-Commerce Security • Information Security Overview • Risk Analysis & Security Threats • Best Practices of Security Policies Prepared by Zhu and Uyboco EBZ302 ECO Oct., 2008 3
  • 4. • PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) • SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) • Virus Protection and Firewalls 6 Electronic Payment Systems • The Payment Revolution • Using Payment Cards Online • Smart Cards • E-Micropayments • E-Checking • B2B Electronic Payments 7 RFID/EPC Overview • Introduction to RFID • RFID Architecture & Supply Chain • Tags • Tag Protocols • Reader, Printer and Reader Protocol 8 RFID/EPC Overview • RFID Middleware • RFID Information Services • EPC Network & Data Management • RFID Privacy and Security 9 Wireless/Mobile Technology and Multimedia Products • WiFi Technology • Global Positioning System (GPS) • Video Conferencing • Webcasting for Company Meetings and Product Training • Using Avatars In Virtual meetings 10 Wireless/Mobile Technology and Multimedia Products (Continued) • WiFi Technology • Global Positioning System (GPS) • Video Conferencing • Webcasting for Company Meetings and Product Training • Using Avatars In Virtual meetings Prepared by Zhu and Uyboco EBZ302 ECO Oct., 2008 4
  • 5. SECTION C SECTION C: UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING GOALS (AACSB STANDARDS) Foundation Knowledge and Skill Learning Goals Goal Class Contact Hours* Written and oral communication skills as evidenced by an ability to express complex issues orally and in proper written English. 25 Analytical and problem solving skills as evidenced by an ability to organize and utilize quantitative and qualitative information and appropriate methods to make decisions. 25 Teamwork and interpersonal skills as evidenced by an ability to achieve common objectives in a diverse cultural environment. Information technical skills as evidenced by an ability to use current information technology to convey information, solve problems, and expedite business processes. 35 Demonstrate awareness of ethical responsibility to business professions and society. 15 Management-Specific Learning Goals Goal Class Contact Hours* Develop broad knowledge of critical areas of business, including statistics, accounting and finance, economics, information management, management, marketing, and operations management. 30 Explain the impact of internationalization on the various functional areas of business. 30 To be able to deal with business problems from the integrated perspective of the business as a whole. 40 Prepared by Zhu and Uyboco EBZ302 ECO Oct., 2008 5
  • 6. SECTION C SECTION C: UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING GOALS (AACSB STANDARDS) Foundation Knowledge and Skill Learning Goals Goal Class Contact Hours* Written and oral communication skills as evidenced by an ability to express complex issues orally and in proper written English. 25 Analytical and problem solving skills as evidenced by an ability to organize and utilize quantitative and qualitative information and appropriate methods to make decisions. 25 Teamwork and interpersonal skills as evidenced by an ability to achieve common objectives in a diverse cultural environment. Information technical skills as evidenced by an ability to use current information technology to convey information, solve problems, and expedite business processes. 35 Demonstrate awareness of ethical responsibility to business professions and society. 15 Management-Specific Learning Goals Goal Class Contact Hours* Develop broad knowledge of critical areas of business, including statistics, accounting and finance, economics, information management, management, marketing, and operations management. 30 Explain the impact of internationalization on the various functional areas of business. 30 To be able to deal with business problems from the integrated perspective of the business as a whole. 40 Prepared by Zhu and Uyboco EBZ302 ECO Oct., 2008 5

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