Put number of years of previous experience (two digits) following each background code. Examples: State Police experience for twelve years is STA12; Municipal Police or County Deputy Sheriff for eight years would be MUN08; On the job experience as a law firm staff investigator or independent investigator for ten years would be OJE10; college level education for four years is EDU04; Federal law enforcement for one year would be FED01; military service for two years would be MIL02. A typical directory page background/experience listing of codes might read: EDU04, MUN03, STA03, 0JE06.
ISMN 6720/6726 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE (3) LEC. 3. A managerial and interdisciplinary investigation into the many different business activities done on the Internet including buying and selling products and services, servicing customers, collaborating with stakeholders inside and outside the organization, social networking, and learning, among others. Students will come away with a broad knowledge of electronic commerce and its implications to modern business life and social life. Credit will not be given for both ISMN 5720 / 5723 and ISMN 6720 / 6726 .
No. The tuition listed for each program covers only the tuition cost; however, we have designed all of our programs in such a way as to minimize the high cost of books. The cost of books can vary greatly depending on a couple of factors. The first factor is the program in which you are entering. The first three years of the undergraduate program are completed primarily with lecture material that is included in the tuition cost. There are some outside reading requirements, but the book cost for any of those programs is usually under $100 for the year. For the degree programs, the cost of books can be as little as nothing, or be as much as the tuition. We do provide students with a suggested list of textbooks for each course, but we also allow students to use other books that are not on the list. Many of our students use local libraries (public and private) and are able to complete their studies without buying any books at all. Others are striving to develop their own personal libraries and will spend more on books than they do on tuition.