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Module Descriptor School of Computer Science and Statistics

Module CodeCS3106
Module Short Title
Semester TaughtMichaelmas and Hilary Term
Contact Hours1.5 hr lecture/lab per week
Module PersonnelTony Lyons, Tony Niland
Learning Outcomes

After successfully completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use advanced communication and business problem-solving skills to examine business problem situations
  • Apply analysis and design skills to state business needs and design suitable web based IT-based solutions
  • Design architecture and user interface for web applications to meet stated business needs
  • Use an agile approach to build, test and deploy a secure Java web-based e-commerce prototype application
  • Explain the processes involved in building e-commerce applications, and identify key platform-dependent design and performance considerations
Learning Aims

Bringing together work done to date, this module helps to build professional excellence through continued acquisition and integration of practical skills and theoretical knowledge. Students work individually and in teams of 2-3 on lab and classroom-based exercises designed to extend and integrate their prior learning.

Module Content
Recommended Reading List

Turban, E. et al (2010)Electronic Commerce: A Managerial Perspective 2010 (6th Ed.), Prentice Hall. ISBN-10: 0136100368. (and related linked web companion site which includes on line tutorials ,chapters and exercises.

Module PrerequisitesCS3102 Information Systems Development II or equivalent study/experience
Assessment Details

All of above assessment details are yet to be confirmed.

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Academic Year of Data2014/15