School and Ranking Information
There are no nonprofit schools in Richmond that offer degree programs in electronic commerce, more commonly referred to as e-commerce. However, the following community college offers a career certificate program in the field, making it one of the top schools in Richmond for studying e-commerce.
- Winner: Reynolds Community College (RCC) offers a career studies certificate program in e-commerce that's aimed at prospective e-commerce and marketing professionals, as well as current workers who want to boost their Internet marketing skills. The program requires nine classes for a total of 28 credits.
School Info Chart
|Category||Reynolds Community College|
|School Type||2-year, public|
|Tuition and Fees (2013-2014)||$4,248 (in-state), $10,086 (out-of-state)*|
|E-Commerce Programs Offered||Career studies certificate|
|Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2010 Entering Class||13%*|
Source: *NCES College Navigator
Reynolds Community College
- RCC offers students curricular, transfer and career advising
- High school juniors and seniors can dually enroll in RCC to earn college credits
- RCC has guaranteed transfer agreements with several state colleges and universities
Reynolds Community College is the third largest community college in Virginia, boasting more than 12,500 students at its Richmond campus as of Fall 2013. RCC offers certificates, associate's degrees and career certificates through its schools of mathematics, science and engineering; business; nursing and allied health; and humanities and social sciences. Students also can pursue an associate's degree with a teacher preparation specialization.
Students in RCC's e-commerce career certificate program take two courses in web design, along with classes in marketing, consumer behavior and computer applications. They also explore principles of Internet marketing, as well as social, ethical and legal issues in e-commerce.