IS'95: Guideline for Undergraduate IS Curriculum
This paper provides an overview report of the first joint curriculum development effort for undergraduate programs in information systems. The curriculum recommendations are a collaborative effort of the following organizations: ACM, AIS, DPMA, and ICIS. After a summary of the objectives and rationale for the curriculum, the curriculum model is described. Input and output attributes of graduates are delineated. Resource requirements for effective IS programs are then identified. Lastly, there is a proposal for maintaining currency of the curriculum through electronic media.
|Author||J. Daniel Couger, Gordon B. Davis, Dorothy G. Dologite, David L. Feinstein, John T. Gorgone, A. Milton Jenkins, George M. Kasper, Joyce Currie Little, Herbert E. Longenecker, Jr., and Joseph S. Valacich|
|Keywords||education, undergraduate curriculum, information systems, systems analysis, systems design, faculty resources|