BOYCE, NORTH, SOUTH
This program in e-commerce will provide basic skills to the local workforce as local companies create their dot com Internet sites. Students will receive training in the basics of e-commerce, the basic technology to build a web page, and marketing and accounting skills. It is projected that employment in Internet economy companies is growing much faster than employment in the overall economy. Total employment at Internet economy companies grew 10 percent between the first quarter of 1999 and the first quarter of 2000. Internet-related jobs at Internet economy companies grew 29 percent during the same period. Both of these figures far exceed the growth of non-internet related jobs in these same Internet economy companies, which grew 6.9 percent during the same period.
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Minimum Credits to Graduate: 19