Human Resource Information System Courses: An Examination of Instructional MethodsJournal of Information Systems Education
AbstractThis study examines to what degree and with what method human resource information systems (HRIS) concepts and techniques are being taught at colleges and universities in the United States. Forty-three course descriptions for graduate or undergraduate courses in HRIS, human resource management systems (HRMS), or a specialty human resource (HR) course that specifically covers HRIS or HRMS, were analyzed. Results of this analysis provide benchmarks for developing collegiate HRIS courses. A discussion is given on various teaching methods, objectives, focuses, and topics.
Citation InformationWilliam J. Jones and Robert C. Hoell. "Human Resource Information System Courses: An Examination of Instructional Methods" Journal of Information Systems Education Vol. 16 Iss. 1 (2005) p. 321 - 328
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