Study and Practices of IT Specialists Cultivation Mode: A Chinese Independent College Perspective

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Independent college is a courageous exploration for higher educational school running mechanism. However, exploring and practicing the novel IT specialists is the inevitable choice for independent colleges. Therefore, following the guide by the market demand, and making full use of the development of regional industry and advantageous resources of the university’s realizable orientation, carrying forward the novel IT specialists cultivation mode positively, which is named “Generals + disciplines + majors + characteristics”, has become a reality orientation for applied talents cultivation.

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Hu, Z. , Zhu, L. & Mao, H. (2012). Study and Practices of IT Specialists Cultivation Mode: A Chinese Independent College Perspective. Creative Education, 3, 658-661. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.35096.

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