Undergraduate Curriculum Outcomes*

Communication - the ability to convey information and ideas effectively

Upon completion of the CBA undergraduate program students will be able to:

  • Deliver effective oral presentations

  • Create well-written business reports

  • Use communication to work effectively with others in a business context

  • Use communication technologies and tools professionally and appropriately 

  • Adapt communication style to diverse audiences. 

Decision Making and Critical Thinking – the ability to evaluate alternatives and understand the ramifications of those alternatives within a given business context

Upon completion of the CBA undergraduate program students will be able to:

  • Identify problems

  • Acquire appropriate information to frame business decisions

  • Develop alternative approaches or solutions

  • Evaluate the potential impact of alternatives

Global Context of Business – the ability to integrate global perspectives in business decisions

        Upon completion of the CBA undergraduate program students will be able to:

  • Recognize the role of cultural diversity in business decisions

  • Analyze the global impact of political, social, economic, and legal issues on business decisions

Major Competency - proficiency in the primary functional area of study

        Upon completion of the CBA undergraduate program students will be able to:

  • Understand current business practices in the primary functional area

  • Apply functional area concepts and decision-making techniques and tools appropriately

  • Incorporate concepts from other functional business area into the primary area

Social Responsibility - the ability to consider the effects of business decisions on the entire social system

        Upon completion of the CBA undergraduate program students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an awareness of social and ethical responsibilities

  • Recognize the importance of standards of ethical business conduct

  • Recognize and analyze the ecological, social, and economic implications of business decisions

 *Developed by faculty with input from students, alumni, and business community. Adopted by faculty vote on January 21, 2010.

Date Last Modified 11/20/2012