Surveying Curricula in Information Systems in the Italian Faculties of Economics
In this paper the current offer of programs and courses in IS, focusing on the Italian faculty of economics, is investigated. More in details the Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS06) model and the Italian ministerial class for second degree 100/S are taken as a reference for a quantitative evaluation.
KeywordsModel Curriculum Target Student Current Offer Italian Faculty Graduate Degree Program
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