Cheryl Cicotti isn’t surprised to see that local college program curriculums are experiencing some rapid changes these days.
The associate vice president of Seminole State College of Florida‘s School of Business, Health and Public Safety said the potential for new topics, specialties and perhaps even tweaks in existing programs were necessary because of the coronavirus pandemic. Some of those include new areas that cover things like public health issues that arose as a result of the outbreak, as well as business survival tactics and supply chain management — to be taught or introduced into training programs.
After all, adjusted curriculums matter for businesses because of the potential new needs post-pandemic, Cicotti said.
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