IS2010 Model Curriculum Core Assessment Examination –
Supporting Institutional and Professional Development
Brigham Young University
University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
Consistent with its continued long term support of IS Program Assessment, the ICCP Certification Council has created an assessment examination mapped to the new IS2010 Model Curriculum Core (IS2010MCC) outline and learning objectives. The examination has a dual purpose: 1. Assessment of Institutional Programs achievement of the learning objectives in the 2010 Model Curriculum Core. 2. Basis for the Information Systems Analyst (ISA) certification. This examination will be referred to as the “ISA Examination.” The panel presentation will: 1. Explain the work of the certification council in creating the new (2010) ISA examination 2. Describe the ISA Examination 3. Describe how the ISA Examination can be used in Institutional Assessment – including the analytical reports available from the ICCP. 4. Describe how the ISA Examination can be used by examinees to earn the ISA entry level vendor neutral certification. 5. Describe how an institution can access and administer the ISA Examination and use its results. With the accelerating emphasis on measurement of learning objectives in academia, the ISA Examination is well positioned to be a valuable strategic tool for IS program management.
Professors and Administrators will be motivated to use the ISA Examinatioin to assess IS Program compliance with the IS 2010 ModelCurriculum.
Professors and Administrators for IS Programs
Recommended Citation: McKell, L., White, B., Dhariwal, K., Hilton, T. (2010). "IS2010 Model Curriculum Core Assessment Examination – Supporting Institutional
and Professional Development". The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference, v.27 n. 1452, Nashville, TN.