The focus of this paper is on the development and implementation of
a stand alone course in Internationallnformation Systems and Technology. Although
this alternative means for internationalizing the Information Systems (IS) curriculum
may not be appropriate for all business programs, it may prove to be a beneficial
curriculum option for programs with specialized degrees in information systems. A
model course outline is developed that identifies key themes and topic areas to be
included in the course. This basic outline provides a structural foundation that allows
for flexibility in planning and designing curriculum content. The paper discusses
how this outline may be modified to fit the curriculum objectives and overall
internationalization plan for varied business school programs.
Keywords: International business education, Information systems curriculum, Global information technology
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Recommended Citation: Deans, P. C. (1993). International Information Systems and Technology: Course Development and Implementation. Journal of Information Systems Education, 5(2), 20-26.