Spotlight: Masters in Ecommerce
The MSc in Electronic Commerce is the ideal postgraduate programme for graduates of business and computing degrees who are seeking to advance their careers in the growing ICT industry in Ireland and abroad.
The Eduniversal Best Masters rankings, which rates Master’s degrees on reputation, student satisfaction, and employment prospects, placed the MSc in E-Commerce in 18th position globally. Further, the Ecommerce programme has been awarded the prestigious EPAS accreditation which recognises the quality of alumni of the programme and their career progression, the market positioning of the programme nationally and internationally, the curriculum content and delivery system, the extent to which the programme has an international focus, its balance between academic and managerial dimensions, and the appropriateness of the faculty who deliver the programme.
This one-year Masters programme is designed to produce the kind of e-business technologists, managers, entrepreneurs and innovators in greatest demand by the information economy. It does this by providing students on each stream with a powerful combination of technological and business skills of relevance to electronic commerce applications. A strong collaborative ethos across the business and technical streams is fostered through the extensive shared curriculum, interactive teaching modes and overall entrepreneurial and innovative orientation.
Throughout the programme, students will be given the opportunity to apply their knowledge to real-world projects. The MSc in e-Commerce is part of DCU Business School’s Next Generation Management initiative. This initiative provides students with a unique and flexible learning opportunity to develop the competencies required for successful management careers and to contribute to business success.
The Practicum module is taken over the summer months and is a great opportunity to apply all the learning that you will do over the year to a real world case and will be a great asset on your CV upon graduation.
Read more about the MSc in Ecommerce & see how to apply here.
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