Are information systems and computer science overlapping more and more?
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In this research, we posit the importance of including Computer Science topics in undergraduate Information Systems courses. A review of the existing literature has mentioned the importance of learning some Computer Science topics for an Information Systems career. Unfortunately, we have not found a consensus that could push this initiative. There is a set of concepts that Information Systems students should acquire from Computer Science or at least have a solid background in these areas. Therefore, we propose a set of courses from Computer Science that, we believe, should be considered in an Information Systems education.
How to citeGutierrez-Cardenas, J. (2020). Are information systems and computer science overlapping more and more?. ACM Inroads, 11(3), 38-46. https://doi.org/10.1145/3396367
PublisherACM Association for Computing Machinery
Category / SubcategoryIngeniería de sistemas / Sistemas de información
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