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Learning Goals

Resource Files

Undergraduate Multicultural and Diversity Understanding Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Collaboration Skills Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Content Knowledge Scoring Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Critical Thinking Skills Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Ethical Understanding Assessment Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Leadership Skills Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Oral and Graphic Communication Skills Rubric (pdf)
Undergraduate Written Communication Skills Rubric
(pdf)

Graduate Global Perspective Rubric (pdf)
Graduate Critical Thinking Skills Rubric (pdf)
Graduate Ethical Understanding Assessment Rubric (pdf)
Graduate Leadership Skills Rubric (pdf)
Graduate Oral and Graphic Communication Skills Rubric (pdf)
Graduate Written Communication Skills Rubric
(pdf)

Assessment Results (pdf)
University Assessment


School of Business and Industry

Degree Program Learning Goals

Accounting, Economics and Business Administration Degree Program Learning Goals


Learning Goals

Learning Objectives

Critical Thinking Skills: Students will have the ability to identify, isolate and find relationships among business administration concepts or problems and to draw sound inferences from multiple perspectives.

  1. Identify, isolate and find relationships among concepts or problems.
  2. Draw sound inferences from multiple perspectives.

Communication Skills: Students will have the ability to influence and inform others through the effective presentation of business administration and accounting principles, practices and ideas utilizing oral, written, and graphic expressions.

  1. Develop and present professional quality oral presentations.
  2. Prepare professional quality written business documents.

Content/Discipline Knowledge:  Students will have the ability to demonstrate discipline-specific knowledge in business administration.

Recognize and apply concepts, principles and theories in the Business Administration program from the following disciplines: Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Operations Management, Management and Marketing.

Ethical Understanding: Students will have the ability to identify and evaluate ethical issues in business administration and develop a framework for reporting and making appropriate business decisions.

  1. Identify issues that may present an ethical dilemma, and will articulate the consequences associated with unethical behavior.
  2. Identify an ethical dilemma and apply an ethics model to propose and defend a solution.

Global Perspective: Students will have the ability to identify and analyze global factors that will impact a business decision and apply the analysis of the factors to make the appropriate business decision.

  1. Identify global factors that will impact a business decision.
  2. Analyze the impact of global factors on a business decision.
  3. Apply the global factor analysis to a given business decision and/or situation.

Teamwork/Collaboration skills: Students will have the ability to demonstrate effective teamwork/collaboration skills.

  1. Demonstrate the ability to listen to others.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to question teammates without attachment and judgment.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to offer assistance to other team members.

 


Learning Goal

Learning Objectives

Communication skills - The students will be able to communicate the solution in the appropriate written and oral form.

1. Develop and deliver professional quality oral presentations.
2. Prepare professional quality written business documents.

Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity - The student will be able to develop emergency plans, risk management plans, and business operations continuity plans.

1. Demonstrate an understanding of strategic planning to support emergency preparedness, risk management, and business continuity.
2. Be able to select the strategies and contingency plans to support continuous business operations.

Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability – The students will be able to develop and implement a plan to insure environmental stewardship and sustainability.

1. Develop a plan to insure environmental stewardship and sustainability.
2. Be able to implement to insure environmental stewardship and sustainability.

Finance and Business - The students will be able to make well-informed advanced financial management decisions.  Students will be able to apply methods from a variety of disciplines to solve business problems.

1. Understand and employ advanced financial management decision-making.
2. Apply methods from a variety of disciplines to solve business problems.

Human Factors – The students will be able to make informed decisions about managing human resources.

1. Translate and practice making informed human resources decisions.

Leadership and Strategy – The students will have leadership and strategic decision making skills

1. Demonstrate understanding of strategic leadership concepts and practices.
2. Be able to influence the attitudes and behaviors of others to accomplish a team goal.
3. Outline strategies for leading an individual or a team

Operations and Maintenance – The students will be able to make informed decisions about facility operations and maintenance.

Appraise operations and maintenance situations and develop a plan of action to address the issue.

Project Management - The students will be able to analyze a problem and design a project for its solution

Analyze a facility management problem and create a project for its solution.

Quality – The students will be able to make informed decisions about quality management.

Apply a quality management decision model to an organizational dilemma.

Real Estate and Property Management – The student will be able to make informed decisions real estate and property management.

Examine real estate and property management dilemmas and devise appropriate decisions.

Technology - The student will be able to select appropriate hardware, software, telecommunications and database technology to support business operations

Design a technology plan that requires the students to select appropriate hardware, software, telecommunications and database technology to support business operations.

 

MBA Degree Program Learning Goals


Learning Goal

Learning Objectives

Critical Thinking Skills– students will be able to analyze, evaluate and integrate relationships among concepts or problems and draw sound inferences from multiple perspectives.

1. Synthesize and integrate information and ideas
2. Distinguish between fact and opinion

Communication Skills– students will be able to communicate effectively in oral presentations, writing and graphic expressions.

1. Develop and deliver professional quality oral presentations.
2. Prepare professional quality written business documents.

Discipline Specific Knowledge – students will be able to demonstrate discipline-specific knowledge.

Our students will recognize and apply concepts, principles and theories in the Master of Business Administration program from the following disciplines: Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Operations Management, Management and Marketing.

Cultural diversity – students will understand the importance of cultural diversity issues in business.

1.  Demonstrate the ability to identify multicultural and diversity concepts as they relate to business.
2.  Critique a multicultural/diversity scenario and present plausible solutions for the scenario.

Ethical Understanding – students will be able to identify ethical issues in business and point out the implications.

1. Know, understand and abide by the University’s code of conduct.
2.  Analyze ethical issues in a business situation.
3.  Solve ethical issues in business in a business situation.
4.  Design an ethical decision making model to address implications of an ethical dilemma.

Collaboration Skills – students will demonstrate skill in working collaboratively in achieving shared objectives of a group.

1.  Demonstrate the ability to listen to others
2.  Demonstrate the ability to question team mates without attachment and judgment
3.  Offer assistance to other team members
Exchange, defend, and rethink ideas with team members

Leadership Skills – students will be able to influence the activities of an individual or group in efforts toward goal achievement.

1.  Demonstrate understanding of leadership concepts and practices.
Influence the attitudes and behaviors of others to accomplish a team goal.
2.  Outline strategies for leading an individual or a team