Offering e-business/e-commerce courses no longer provides competitive advantages. They are now a competitive necessity. Schools already offering the courses are continuously refining the curriculum to keep up with the innovations in the area. Schools without these courses are frantically trying to put one together. Irrespective of whether a school is a leader or a lagger, all schools face the same problem -- how to keep the ebusiness curriculum up-to-date and relevant to industry. This article looks at the e-business curriculum at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It presents our curriculum objectives and the lessons learned.
Siau, Keng and Davis, Sid, "E-Business Curriculum In Action at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 71.