Designing an Information Technology Curriculum: The Georgia Southern University Experience

  title={Designing an Information Technology Curriculum: The Georgia Southern University Experience},
  author={Han Reichgelt and Aimao Zhang and Barbara Price},
Executive Summary The chronic and severe shortage of skilled Information Technology (IT) workers is well documented. At the same time, many regional and national governments have made the provision of information technology services an important element in their economic development strategies. It is against this background that Georgia Southern University established a School of Information Technology in March, 2001, and started a baccalaureate program in Information Technology in August of… CONTINUE READING
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