Incorporation of IRM Concepts in Undergraduate Business Curricula

Incorporation of IRM Concepts in Undergraduate Business Curricula

Raymond Mcleod Jr. (Texas A&M University, USA) and Kathy Brittain-White (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA)
Copyright: © 1988 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/irmj.1988100104
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Abstract

Undergraduate computer curricula have undergone considerable change since colleges began offering computer courses over twenty years ago. The curricula changes have mirrored the evolution in hardware, software, and computer usage. Today, the emphasis is on enduser computing, using small or networked systems. To those who promote the computer as a decision-support tool, this evolution from a pure data processing and programming orientation is refreshing. A key question, however, is whether undergraduate curricula do an adequate job of instilling concepts of information resources management. The authors evaluate the current status and make suggestions for establishing a future direction that will accomplish the desired results.

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