On the other hand, there were only 16% (102) and 6% (36) IT leaders who had bachelor's degrees in business (BUAD and ECON) and MIS/INSS respectively.
This assertion is supported by the data which indicates that most of the IT leaders have a graduate degree in BUAD (MBA).
Table 13: A list of Acronyms and their meanings Acronym Meaning BUAD Business Administration CEO Chief Executive Officer CERTS Certifications CIO Chief Information Officer COSC Computer Science CTO Chief Technology Officer EMBA Executive Masters of Business Administration ENGR Engineering EVP Executive Vice President FIN Finance HIPAA Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act IS Information Systems IT Information Technology ITG Information Technology Governance MBA Masters of Business Administration SVP Senior Vice President TMT Top Management Team VP Vice President Y2K Year 2000 6.
Average scores in the pre-test of personal finance are 19.53 and 20.44 of 30 students in BUAD 320(A) and 320(B), respectively (see Table 2).
On the other hand, the average scores of male students in the pretest of managerial finance in BUAD 320(A) and BUAD 320 (B) are 3.70 and 3.56, which are significantly greater than those of female students, 2.33 and 2.36.
However, the average score in the posttest of managerial finance in BUAD 320(B) is 4.35, which is significantly better than that of BUAD 320(A), 3.29.
Table 4 shows that students in BUAD 320(B) significantly improved the average score on managerial finance, although students in BUAD 320(A) and BUAD 416 improved marginally.
Seventy-nine to ninety-five percent of students in BUAD 320(A), BUAD 320(B), and BUAD 416 responded to the evaluations.
However, with regard to the level of participation and effort, students in BUAD 320(B) more actively participated in and commit more effort to the course than those in BUAD 320(A) and BUAD 416.