A reference framework for enterprise computing curriculum
Source of Publication
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
© Springer International Publishing AG 2017. An increasing number of universities are offering one form or another of Enterprise Computing (EC) program, while simultaneously a number of enterprises in the private and public sectors have articulated needs for graduates with knowledge in enterprise applications, analytical skills and competencies. The programs often are structured by the knowledge of their faculty and in collaboration with Enterprise Application Solutions Vendors (EASV) providing solutions in this space. Based on their perception of the educational needs of their primary stakeholders (students, parents, employers, society), both within industry and government. This perception of audience needs is often based on interviews, exchange forums, surveys, and informal assessments. As of now, there is no EC reference curriculum identified by academia or industry. Industry and academia often differ in the definition of the scope of EC curriculum. Consequently, the need for a reference framework for enterprise computing curriculum has often been articulated in a variety of meetings within the enterprise community. The aim of this paper is to propose an EC reference curriculum at the undergraduate level based on the expertise of the authors, a study of the EC program at several local, regional, and international universities, the industry needs of EC competencies and the best practices available in academia and industry.
Computer Sciences | Education
Enterprise application solutions vendors (EASV), Enterprise computing, Enterprise solutions, Enterprise systems, Reference curriculum, Reference framework
Majdalawieh, Munir and Marks, Adam, "A reference framework for enterprise computing curriculum" (2017). All Works. 241.
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