Progression of Graduate Qualities across a program Example: Office Supply Management undergraduate program Graduate Quality GQ1 GQ2 GQ3 GQ4 1st level Building skills Able to recognise and name the theoretical principles of management and key formulae of inventory supply management and to identify the reasons for their use. 2nd level Applying skills Able to demonstrate choice and application of correct principles in solving management problems. 3rd level Using skills professionally Able to analyse and critically evaluate professional office supply situations, generate responses and predict outcomes of those responses. Courses: Courses: Courses: Able to recognise key journals and professional bodies within the Office Supply Management field and judge their relative significance to the field. Able to critically interpret Able to utilise ideas from journal findings and key research professional bodies and journals frameworks. and apply them to professional practice situations. Courses: Courses: Courses: Able to recognise key indicators of typical professional problems such as inventory over-supply. Able to identify solutions. Able to identify and generate new creative solutions to problem scenarios and apply them. Able to appraise, contrast and compare different responses to problem scenarios and judge their relative effectiveness. Courses: Courses: Courses: Approach problems of Office Supply Management with a flexible and informed approach. Be able to quickly assess and offer solutions to a variety of issues. Have experience working individually and in groups to produce assignments. Able to produce high quality assignments within group environments utilising principles of staff management. Able to lead and manage groups of students and to reflect on the principles guiding this activity. Manage a diverse range of staff and staffing problems. Will have experience in leading and managing work groups. Courses: Courses: Courses: Program Graduate A graduate of this program will be able to: Apply a comprehensive body of knowledge regarding office supply management procedures within a variety of situations. Adapt their practice to shifting trends in the global Office Supply Management field by being able to critically appraise new findings and directions in the field. GQ5 GQ6 GQ7 Able to identify key environmental and ethical concerns of the Office Supply industry. Able to produce ethical academic activity. Able to analyse the effectiveness of environmental and ethical responses to global concerns of Office Supply Management. Able to propose solutions and models of practice which support ethical activity. Courses: Courses: Courses: Able to write essays and reports and to deliver oral presentations. Have a basic understanding of Office Supply Management software systems. Able to identify and utilise appropriate formats for communication. Able to utilise necessary software packages to support management activities. Able to communicate in academic and business formats. Able to produce press release documents and promotional material. Courses: Courses: Courses: Able to identify and apply different international approaches and theories in the field of Office Supply Management. Able to compare and contrast different approaches and to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each in given contexts. Able to evaluate and predict the effectiveness of management strategies within the context of transnational business practice and to synthesise or generate appropriate responses. Courses: Courses: Courses: Reflect critically on existing industry practice and able to engage in socially and environmentally sustainable management practices. Communicate effectively with peers, staff, customers, government bodies and the general public in order to support good business management. Able to select and use appropriate communication tools within all aspects of the industry practice. Apply a variety of approaches to office supply management relevant to national or cultural contexts. Will be able to work and communicate with a diverse community.