Analysis of the relationship between academic achievements and employment status of graduates majoring in information and computing science of China
Qi Han, Yiliang Zhao, Xintong Yang, Zezhong Yang
With the method of survival analysis, the relationship between the curriculum scores and employment status of 77 students of the Information and Computing Science major in a normal university was studied. The results showed that except for the scores of sports, the other scores of courses had little effect on employment. The level of professional compulsory courses and professional optional courses had a significant impact on employment. Therefore, in order to promote students to get a job as soon as possible, it is suggested to reform the curricula of Information and Computing Science comprehensively, enhance the teaching of professional compulsory courses and professional optional courses in particular.