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MBA In E-Commerce
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MBAs in e-commerce are growing in popularity as online businesses and e-entrepreneurship is booming. There are more than 120 million websites registered on the internet – and almost all of them are trying to make money.

Specialising in e-commerce will allow you to develop your career in this ever-changing area. The growth of mobile and tablet devices means there are more and more businesses looking at ways of making money out of online, with further developments expected as the internet expands into third world countries.

What will I study on an MBA in e-commerce?

Choosing to study an international MBA program in e-commerce will mean splitting your studies between core business modules such as strategic management and accounting for managers, and more specialised ecommerce modules such as forecasting, capacity planning and technology.

You should expect your international MBA program in e-commerce to have content on the following:

  • Marketing research
  • Strategic management
  • Advertising and sales promotion
  • Supply chain management
  • Electronic commerce strategy

Length and structure

You should expect your MBA in e-commerce to take between 12-24 months to complete full time, depending on where you choose to study your international MBA program. Part-time MBAs normally take between 24-36 months to complete.

Most e-commerce MBAs will split study between core business modules and more specialised electives. You may be required to spend part of your studies on an intensive residential or in work experience.

How can an MBA in e-commerce program help my career?

An MBA in e-commerce will help you get managerial roles in online and mobile businesses. It will also give you the skills and knowledge needed to set up your own online business – many e-commerce MBA graduates go on to become entrepreneurs.

Specialising in e-commerce should allow you to move into a senior managerial position, such as the following:

  • Commercial manager
  • Executive manager
  • Project manager
  • Entrepreneur

Entry requirements

There are several factors you’ll need to meet before being accepting onto an international MBA program in e-commerce. These may include:

  • A set period of relevant work experience
  • Previous management qualification
  • GMAT score
  • Language proficiency
  • Successful interview

What to do next

If you would like more information on an MBA in e-commerce or other international MBA programs, sign up for our Free Application Service to view a selection of leading MBA programs around the world and to apply online.

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