Professor Sandvig retired June 2021 and the following MIS e-commerce courses are no longer offered. The former MIS 314 course will be taught as CSCI 348.
Professor Sandvig may be contacted through the Department of Decision Sciences.
- Fundamentals of Web Development Management
- Intermediate Web Development Management
MIS 424 - E-Commerce Systems
MBA 597 - Introduction
to Server-side Web Development
Department of Decision Sciences
Western Washington University
Bellingham, WA 98225-9077
Internet Studies Certificate Program
allows students enrolled in any WWU bachelor degree program to earn a certificate
in web site development. Professor Sandvig teaches three of the six courses in the
ISC's E-Commerce Developer track.
This track focuses on the development and management
of e-business and other data-driven web applications using server-side programming.
Graduates who have completed the web manager track have become web designers and
programmers for a wide variety of large and small companies.
For more information on the ISC certificate program please contact Professor Sandvig
or Mary Hall,
Undergraduate Student Advisor for the Department of Computer Science.
For professional information please see
my CBE web page.
A few of my favorite pictures. Click to enlarge.
Peering into a crevasse on Mt. Baker's Coleman Glacier.
North Shore of Vancouver, Ladies Only trail.
Summit of South Sister, Oregon. Background peaks are (from left) Middle Sister,
Three-Finger Jack, N. Sister, Mt. Jefferson.
Eric Spangenberg on the summit of Mt. Hood, Oregon. Mt. Jefferson in background.
Lance Lipscomb on the Muir Snowfield at Paradise, Mt. Rainier
Jenifer & Chris on 17,220 ft. Gyatso La, Tibet
Mt. Goat on South Early Winters Spire, N. Cascade Nat. Park
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