This paper describes an innovative curriculum for an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree program in electronic commerce. Faculty from the disciplines of computer information systems, computer science, operations management, marketing and graphic design collaborated in devising a curriculum that focuses on the business of electronic commerce while providing a solid base of information technology skills. The program includes an integrated junior year experience that gives students business and technical skills in a team-taught environment. During the senior year, students concentrate on technology infrastructure, business processes, or market analysis and development. This paper not only presents a blueprint for an undergraduate curriculum, but also provides a model for faculty cooperation across academic disciplines.
Brookshire, Robert G.; Williamson, Kenneth C.; and Wright, Newell D., "An Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Degree Program in Electronic Commerce" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 160.