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A study of business demands on job competency and curriculum for college graduates majoring the medical information
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 Title & Authors
A study of business demands on job competency and curriculum for college graduates majoring the medical information
Lee, Jae-Hong; Choi, Joon-Young;
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 Abstract
This study is to develop the curriculum for training students with practical business skills which medical business needs. We surveyed businesses which have employed graduates who majored in medical information. The survey was conducted into the expectation of business for graduates, their job competence and business needs for curriculum utilizing the self-reported questionnaire. We analyzed correlation, frequency and regression among job class, business types and job positions of those surveyed. The result shows that medical information businesses express high expectation in personality education rather than major knowledge and think that field practice is important in the college curriculum. We expects the study will contribute positively to improve the curriculum for raising the employment rate of college graduates.
 Keywords
NCS;Job Competence;Expectation;Curriculum;Personality Education;
 Language
Korean
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