Desirable attributes for computing graduates: is there agreement?

Abstract

Students selecting information-based degree programs such as Information Systems (IS), Computer Science (CS), and Information Technology (IT) are entering into programs comprised of many analytical and technical classes. It would seem that if these programs are meeting their objectives, the skills and attributes these students believe lead to academic success would be viewed as critical by the faculty who teach in these programs or those approved by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET, Inc. Students and faculty from three universities were surveyed on the importance of skills/attributes.

DOI: 10.1145/1138403.1138441

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@article{Randall2006DesirableAF, title={Desirable attributes for computing graduates: is there agreement?}, author={Cindy H. Randall and Barbara Price}, journal={SIGCSE Bulletin}, year={2006}, volume={38}, pages={91-96} }