Undergraduate Curriculum Learning Goals and Objectives*

Mission: “To provide students an exceptional business education that empowers them to serve organizations and communities as socially responsible citizens in a global environment.”

Communication Goal: Our students will be able to convey information and ideas effectively.

Learning Objective: Students will convey information and ideas in professional business reports [rubric] [data] [resources]

Learning Objective: Students will convey information and ideas in oral presentations. [rubric] [data] [resources]

Critical Thinking and Decision Making Goal: Our students will be able to think critically when evaluating decisions.

Learning Objective: Students will evaluate alternatives and understand the ramifications of those alternatives within a given business context. [rubric] [data] [resources]

Global Context of Business Goal: Our students will be prepared to serve others in a global environment.

Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate global perspectives in business decisions. [rubric] [data] [resources]

Social Responsibility Goal: Our students will be prepared to be socially responsible citizens.

Learning Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to consider the effects of business decisions on the entire social system. [rubric] [data] [resources]

 Major Competency Goal: Our students will be proficient in the primary functional area of study.

Learning Objective: Students will apply functional area concepts and decision-making techniques and tools appropriately while incorporating concepts from other functional business area into the primary area. [report template and timeline][Accounting][Economics][Finance][Information Systems][Management][Marketing][data]

Assurance of Learning Resources.

*Developed by faculty with input from students, alumni, and business community. Originally Adopted by faculty vote on January 21, 2010. Rearranged to reflect AACSB terminology October 31, 2011. A mapping of the rearranged goals, objectives and traits is available here.

Date Last Modified 04/03/2014