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BA Programs in Business Studies Commerce e-Commerce

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) is an undergraduate program that focuses on liberal arts, sciences or a combination of both of them. This type of undergraduate degree can be obtained directly after high school. It generally takes three to four years to complete the coursework necessary. A bachelor’s degree, or similar undergraduate degree, is often needed before a student can pursue a master’s degree or other graduate degree.

What is a BA in e-Commerce? An e-commerce degree focuses on commercial transactions that are conducted electronically over the internet. Students learn about the buying and selling of goods and services; the transmitting of funds and data, using the latest software and e-commerce technology; and other business related transactions. Students study how to give businesses an international reach. E-commerce can take place business-to-business, business-to-consumer, consumer-to-consumer or consumer-to-business. Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in e-commerce learn how to conduct business and marketing transactions.

The benefits of studying e-commerce is that businesses become available around-the-clock. Customers have access to a wider selection of goods and services. Students learn how to provide these around-the-clock amenities in a secure fashion. That puts them at the top of the business world as everything gets closer to the fingertips of the consumer.

The cost of tuition for an e-commerce bachelor's program can vary greatly. It all depends on what school you wish to attend and in what country that school is located.

Once you graduate with a degree in e-commerce you may be able to find work in project planning, programming and marketing teams within many e-businesses. You’ll be able to confidently work in the marketing, finance, management, procurement, advertising and distribution fields. An e-commerce degree can lead to jobs in online trading, travel clearinghouses, publishers, investment firms and insurance brokers.

Since you have an idea of what you want to do, now all you need is to research the schools you’re interested in. Doing this will allow you to find the school that best fits your needs. All you have to do is search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.