The Joint Accounting/e-Business Technology Major: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Curriculum Development

Vince Brenner, Ted Surynt, Fred Augustine, Judson Stryker
InSITE 2002  •  Volume 2  •  2002
The promise and potential of the new business paradigm labeled “e-business” is the driving force behind the tremendous demand for accounting professionals with both a technology background and a traditional accounting background. Where will these professionals come from? This paper lays out in detail the foundation for a new undergraduate academic program which is designed to both attract students and to provide them with the skill set necessary to succeed in this new e-business universe - the Joint Accounting/e-Business Technology major. Course content for this undergraduate major is based on a set of courses designed to integrate concepts and technologies necessary for an understanding of the infrastructure that supports e-business. Students, recruiters, and faculty will appreciate the distinct competitive advantages offered by this unique program.
Accounting, Electronic-Business, Technology, Undergraduate, Curriculum
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