The first IS2020 workshop in Indonesia, The latest Information Systems Model Curriculum
The model curriculum used to develop, update, and assess IS programs (IS2010) is now nearly a decade old, and an assessment of the curriculum itself indicates that its value is decreasing due to the changing technological and skills demands in the information systems environment. One recurring theme is that current graduates' technical skills do not appear to meet industry needs. The IS discipline must express its core in terms of a standard curriculum to provide a foundation upon which to develop and offer undergraduate IS programs that meet stakeholder demands.
You'll walk away with:
An understanding of curriculum trends that move towards the use of competency models.
Knowledge for updating faculty curricula or personal career plan, in alignment with industry shift towards strong technical skills.
Sharper perspective about competencies that are associated with high performing IS employees.
Prepare your faculty for international standard/accreditation and start accepting foreign students.
Insights from an expert who worked directly with IS2020 taskforce team.