College of Business Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes As of 07/21/2006

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College of Business

Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

As of 07/21/2006

Department: Management & International Business

Program: B.S.B.A. Management

Program Goals:

1.

Enhance the quality of the Management curriculum.

2.

Ensure that graduates of the program exhibit professional competencies,

3.

Deliver excellent classroom instruction,

4.

Engage in scholarship,

5.

Develop competent faculty advisors

6.

Provide service to the University, the communities we serve, and to academic and professional organizations, and

7.

Improve our visibility within the University, the region, state, and the global community.

Student Learning Outcomes:

Communicating (written, oral, listening, nonverbal):

1.

Communicate effectively in all forms of business correspondence, including letters, reports, and memoranda; in verbal communication as evidenced by recorded presentations or other forms of documentation; in listening skills; and in non-verbal communication.

Decision-making:

2.

Ask appropriate questions, identify problems, collect data, analyze data, build arguments, summarize and present findings, generate conclusions, implement decisions, and evaluate results.

Leading:

3.

At the organizational level, inspire, influence, and develop commitment to goals or desired outcomes; at the individual level, motivate others.

Working with others, including within and across groups:

4.

Work effectively with diverse groups to reach consensus when appropriate, to resolve conflicts, to offer constructive criticism, to efficiently chair meetings, and to adopt and perform multiple roles.

Professional behavior:

5.

Exhibit skill in time management, self-monitoring, and stress management.

6.

Demonstrate courteous and civil behavior including assuming responsibility, exhibiting ethical behavior, and growing personally and professionally.

Integrating other fields of study with managing:

7.

Think beyond the boundary of the discipline and evaluate current events and issues in a managerial context.

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8/1/2006

Office of Assessment

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