Undergraduate curriculum Learning Goals and Objectives

Mission:   “Foster Academic Excellence, Career Success, and Community Engagement through Enriching, Interactive Experiences”

Common Course Learning Objectives expanding section

Common Course Learning Objectives

ACC 221 ACC 222 BLAW 205
ECO 110 ECO 120 ECO 230
FIN 355 IS 220 MGT 301 
MGT 308 MGT 393  
MGT 449 MKT 309  


The Core Course Coordinators for each of these thirteen courses are as follows:

ECO 110--SaraJane Parsons
ECO 120--Sheida Teimouri
ACC 221--Sergey Komissarov
ACC 222--Mehtap Eklund
BLAW 205--Mark Huesmann
ECO 230--Brenda Murray
IS 220--David Annino
MGT 308--William Ross
MKT 309--Maggie McDermott
FIN 355--Diana Tempski
MGT 301--Scott Reber
MGT 393--Uzay Damali
MGT 449--Danny Franklin

Communication Goals expanding section

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 

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Learning Objective: Students will convey information and ideas in oral presentations.

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Critical Thinking and Decision Making Goal expanding section

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. 

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Global Context of Business Goal expanding section

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. 
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Social Responsibility Goal expanding section

Social Responsibility Goal:  Students will demonstrate the role of social responsibility in business decisions.

Learning Objective: Students will be able to identify and apply different frameworks of social responsibility to business problems and recognize the short- and long-term effects on stakeholders and society.
Undergraduate Assurance of Learning expanding section

Assurance of Learning Annual Reports

  • CBA faculty and staff can find AOL annual reports and other resources in the Canvas course, CBA AOL Reports and Resources
Assurance of Learning (AOL) Committee expanding section

Charge Letter 2020-21     Charge Letter 2019-20     Charge Letter 2018-19     Charge Letter 2017-2018

Task Force Chair:
     Ken Graham, Marketing Department

Assurance of Learning Coordinator:
     Laurie Miller, Economics Department

Members:
     Danny Franklin, Management Department
     Ye Han, Information Systems
     Kim Lyons, Accounting Department 
     Shishir Paudel, Finance Department

Administrative Consultants:
     Taggert Brooks, CBA Dean Interim Dean
     Gwen Achenreiner, CBA Interim Associate Dean

AOL Committee Minutes expanding section
CBA Curriculum Committee (CC) expanding section

Charge Letter 2020-2021     Charge Letter 2019-2020    Charge Letter 2018_2019           

Committe Chair:

     Maggie McDermott, Marketing

Members:

     Uzay Damali, Management
     Adam Hoffer, Economics
     Nic Huang, Information Systems
     Justin Kilchenmann, Accountancy
     Shing Liu, Finance
    
Consultant:    
     Mary Hamman, Economics   

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Major Competency Goal expanding section

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.        
Accounting
Economics  Finance 
Information Systems
Management

Marketing

International Business    

Learning goals and objectives were developed by faculty with input from students, alumni, and the business community. Originally adopted by faculty vote on January 21, 2010.

Date Last Modified 12/03/2012