E-business

In the minor e-business you work on a project, using Scrum. You are in a heterogeneous group of students who come from different courses, and universities. Your project aim is to create a solution for a problem of a company which can be solved be digitizing part of the organization. Student groups have worked on online marketing, app development, platform development, and other real-life prototypes. The minor allows you to work with a relevant project management method, and learn about latest developments in e-business. Overall it supports your development as a modern day professional! 

Overview

Study start

  • February
  • April
  • November

Location

  • Leeuwarden

Language

  • English

European credits

  • 15 EC's

Minor type

  • For all bachelor programmes

Subject area

  • Business and Management
  • IT & Media

Minor content

In the minor E-business you work together, using Scrum, to develop products that digitize part of an organization’s business and thereby solve a problem the company has. The project you work on will determine part of the content of the module. Other topics are: design, and latest developments in e-business (which are updated regularly).   

Structure of the minor

In the minor E-business you work together, using Scrum, to develop products that digitize part of an organization’s business and thereby solve a problem the company has. The project you work on will determine part of the content of the module. Other topics are: design, and latest developments in e-business (which are updated regularly).

Examination

At the end we calculate an average grade from multiple sub-grades: The idea (1) to solve the company’s problem and prototype (2) you create based on your idea, Scrum participation (3), interactive sessions (4) about e-business, final presentation (5), and an article (6) are being assessed using clearly described assessment criteria.

Admission requirements

Because we ideally work with mixed student groups in multi-disciplinary teams you are welcome if you would like to work on this learning outcome: ‘Working together, using Scrum, you develop problem solving and commercially viable e-business deliverables which can be launched by companies after minor adaptations’. This minor is usually chosen by business, management, media, ICT, design, and communication students.   

This minor is offered by Entrepreneurship & Retail Management.

Questions?

Do you have questions about this minor? Ask them via the online form.