Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century
Business Information Systems
IT education, particularly at business colleges, is undergoing a transformation because of the emerging federated systems or enterprise-wide systems (ES). This follows a trend in industry, which uses complex software applications like SAP and others. This movement toward ES in industry has created major challenges for integrating ES into the classroom.Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century presents methods of reengineering business curricula in order to use ES solutions. It also helps ES vendors understand the higher education environment so they can support college and university programs. Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century acts as a platform for both educators and vendors to present solutions and experiences gained from the challenges of integrating ES into the business classroom.
business education, computer programs, curriculum planning
Business and Corporate Communications | Higher Education | Technology and Innovation
Citation for published book
Targowski, Andrzej, and J M. Tarn. Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century. Hershey, PA: Information Science Pub, 2007.
Targowski, Andrew S. and Tarn, J. Michael, "Enterprise Systems Education in the 21st Century" (2007). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 184.