A new emphasis in e-commerce has been introduced in the College of Business and Economics at California State University, Fullerton. The emphasis is part of the master of science in management science, management information systems concentration.
Beginning in spring 2001, graduate students seeking a master's degree in management science with a concentration in information systems can choose to take the degree a step further and specialize in e-commerce. The master of science in management science program offers three concentration options: information systems, logistics and statistics/operations research.
"The new concentration will appeal to people who want to learn more about e-commerce and either start their own business or work for an existing Internet start-up," said Dr. Barry Pasternack, chair of management science/information systems.
"It will be more technical and hands-on," Pasternack added. "The program will not only teach students the technical aspects of e-commerce, but also will focus on Internet marketing, entrepreneurship and logistical issues."
Like other master's degrees in management science, the new emphasis supports those students who are employed full time, with all courses offered during the late afternoon and evening.
For more information, contact Dr. Barry Pasternack, chair of management science/information systems, at (714) 278-2221 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or Pamela McLaren of Public Affairs at (714) 278-4852 or email@example.com.
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