The Building Online Business Systems unit introduces broad fundamental concepts of business information systems, online systems and e-commerce, information management in organisations. The unit will address designing and developing online business systems along with other topics including information strategies, E-business, Web 2.0, Enterprise systems, information security and risk management. Current online business system trends and likely future developments and applications of information systems will also be discussed.

Unit details

Study level:
Undergraduate
Credit points:
12
Unit code:
NIT3114

Prerequisites

NIT1204 - Web Application and Server Management or

NIT2112 - Object Oriented Programming or

NIT2213 - Software Engineering

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
  1. Articulate knowledge of business concepts and information systems;  
  2. Devise online business systems using the current technologies and frameworks; and  
  3. Articulate knowledge of business site categorisation and their characteristics.  

Assessment

Melbourne campuses

Students studying under the VU Block Model.

Assessment type Description Grade
Test Test 1 20%
Laboratory Work Assessable laboratory 40%
Test Test 2 40%

Other locations

Assessment type Description Grade
Assignment Online business system design analysis (1000 words equivalent) 25%
Project Online business system prototype development (1000 words equivalent) 25%
Examination Final Written Examination (3 hours) 50%

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