computer literacy, PHD, students education
The skills and abilities associated with computer literacy are becoming required tools for accounting Ph.D. students. Not only are new doctoral students entering Ph.D. programs with better skills, they are also applying these skills more on a day to day basis. This paper presents a brief discussion of a number of issues associated with computer use and computer literacy in general. The paper also presents several aspects of the Ph.D. program at the University of Minnesota and how computers are affecting the program.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Bailey, Andrew D. and Meservy, Rayman D., "Computing as a Part of a P.H.D Students Education: A Position Paper" (1983). Faculty Publications. 3235.
Marriott School of Management