Curriculum model part 1 undergraduate studies
Download
1 / 17

Curriculum model Part 1 – undergraduate studies - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 135 Views
  • Uploaded on

Curriculum model Part 1 – undergraduate studies. Vladan Deved žić FON, Belgrade. Outline. Introduction Curriculum model Curriculum structure Profiles (Special curriculum areas) Other relevant issues. Introduction. Our objectives (as stated in the application)

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Curriculum model Part 1 – undergraduate studies' - amaya-goodwin


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Curriculum model part 1 undergraduate studies

Curriculum modelPart 1 – undergraduate studies

Vladan Devedžić

FON, Belgrade


Outline
Outline

  • Introduction

  • Curriculum model

  • Curriculum structure

  • Profiles (Special curriculum areas)

  • Other relevant issues

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Introduction
Introduction

  • Our objectives (as stated in the application)

    • Develop and establish appropriate curricula for teaching the field of business information systems at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

    • The reference model for business information systems curricula should be based on the corresponding curricula from EU universities and on the official IEEE/ACM guidelines.

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Introduction1
Introduction

  • Relevant sources of information

    • IEEE-CS/ACM Computing Curricula (IS)

    • University of Brighton Curricula

    • Curricula from other EU universities

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Curriculum model
Curriculum model

  • KA - IEEE-CS/ACM recommendations

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Curriculum model1
Curriculum model

  • Our view

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Curriculum model2
Curriculum model

  • Knowledge areas

    • General education (GE)

    • Information Technology (IT)

    • Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis (QQA)

    • Organizational and Management Concepts (OMC)

    • Information System Development (ISD)

    • Special Curriculum Areas (SCA)

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Curriculum model3
Curriculum model

  • How much of each?

    • GE - 0.1

    • IT - 0.275 (9 courses)

    • QQA - 0.2

    • OMC - 0.2

    • ISD - 0.125 (5 courses)

    • SCA - 0.1 (4 courses)

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Curriculum structure

IT

ISD

Curriculum structure



Profiles
Profiles

  • Profile (Stream) – a set of courses leading to a specialization in the degree

  • Suggested profiles

    • information systems (IS)

    • software engineering (SE)

    • multimedia engineering (MM)

    • electronic business (EB)

  • A selection of 4 courses in each profile

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Profiles1
Profiles

  • Information systems (IS)

    • Advanced database systems

    • Systems analysis

    • Decision support systems

    • Web-centric IS design and implementation

    • Other

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Profiles2
Profiles

  • Software engineering (SE)

    • Programming languages

    • Software design and construction

    • Software processes and evolution

    • Software techniques (Systems and application spec.)

    • Other

      • Compiler theory and design

      • Web programming and application design

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Profiles3
Profiles

  • Multimedia engineering (MM)

    • Human-computer interaction

    • Multimedia

    • Multimedia production

    • Multimedia advertising

    • Other

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Profiles4
Profiles

  • Electronic business (EB)

    • Internet technologies

    • Internet economy

    • Internet marketing

    • Intelligent agents on the Internet

    • Other

      • Online banking

      • E-government

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Other relevant issues
Other relevant issues

  • Pedagogical issues and ECTS

  • Adapting the curricula to other teaching environments

  • Define mechanisms for incorporating IEEE-CS/ACM guidelines for curricula for teaching business information systems in each curriculum adaptation, throughout the curriculum evolution

Curriculum model, part 1: undergraduate studies


Curriculum model part 1 undergraduate studies1

Curriculum modelPart 1 – undergraduate studies

Vladan Devedžić

FON, Belgrade


ad