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The Relevancy of Graduate Curriculum to Human Resource Professionals' Electronic Communication
Journal of Education for Business
  • Robert C. Hoell, Georgia Southern University
  • Gordon O. Henry, Indiana University Southeast
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
7-1-2003
DOI
10.1080/08832320309598622
Abstract
In this study, the authors examined the relevancy of graduate curricula in the area of human resource management. They conducted a quantitative analysis of the content of graduate courses and the electronic communication of human resource management professionals to identify areas that were being either undertaught or overtaught. The authors analyzed the identified areas of discrepancy and offer suggestions for revising the graduate curriculum, where necessary. Generally, their findings indicate that the content of most graduate courses closely mirrors the topics being discussed online by human resource management professionals.
Citation Information
Robert C. Hoell and Gordon O. Henry. "The Relevancy of Graduate Curriculum to Human Resource Professionals' Electronic Communication" Journal of Education for Business Vol. 72 Iss. 6 (2003) p. 329 - 334
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/robert_c_hoell/71/