Institutional-level outcomes aligned to business administration program-level objectives

INSTITUTIONAL OUTCOMES

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

 

 

Faith and Ethics

  • Criterion C: Analyze and evaluate moral and ethical issues
  • Criterion E: Meet all ethical and professional standards for the field/discipline

Describe and explain legal, social and ethical issues in business environments.

Problem Solving

  • Criterion A: Articulate a clear and thoughtful problem statement
  • Criterion B: Identify multiple approaches to solving a problem
  • Criterion C: Develop an informed and logical plan to solve a problem
  • Criterion D: Implement and evaluate a solution to a problem
  • Criterion E: Demonstrate advanced skills in research/experimentation.

Communication

  • Criterion C: Evaluate sources of information

Disciplinary Knowledge and Skills

  • Exhibit a high degree of proficiency in the disciplinary area and in the application of learned expertise.

Apply business processes to analyzing and solving problems both in the classroom and/or the larger community.

Communication

  • Criterion A1: Construct a quality argument or purposeful narrative
  • Criterion B: Use inclusive and respectful language effectively
  • Criterion C: Evaluate sources of information
  • Criterion E: Disseminate conclusions/recommendations

Demonstrate rhetorical awareness in verbal and written professional communications.

Cultural and Global Awareness

  • Criterion A1: Construct a quality argument or purposeful narrative
  • Criterion B: Use inclusive and respectful language effectively
  • Criterion C: Evaluate sources of information
  • Criterion E: Disseminate conclusions/recommendations

Demonstrate rhetorical awareness in verbal and written professional communications.

Cultural and Global Awareness

  • Criterion A: Articulate insights into own cultural rules and biases.
  • Criterion B: Exhibit curiosity in understanding other cultures.
  • Criterion C: Evaluate a contested issue from multiple perspectives
  • Criterion D: Take informed and responsible action to address a local or global challenge

Describe and explain cultural considerations and global aspects of business

Cultural and Global Awareness

  • Criterion A: Articulate insights into own cultural rules and biases.
  • Criterion B: Exhibit curiosity in understanding other cultures.
  • Criterion C: Evaluate a contested issue from multiple perspectives.
  • Criterion D: Address and reconcile conflict through use of language.
  • Criterion E: Engage with professionals of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

Communication

  • Criterion B: Use inclusive and respectful language effectively.

Evaluate the dynamics, benefits, and challenges of diversity, equity, and inclusion within teams or organizations

Health and Well-Being

  • Criterion C: Identify one’s own emotions and plans to recognize and respond to emotions in situations.
  • Criterion E: Foster healthy relationships that contribute to the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of individuals/ communities.

Communication

  • Criterion D: Address and reconcile conflict through use of language.

Demonstrate skill in cooperatively working with others, including people different from self and/or with different points of view.

Problem Solving

  • Criterion: E: Demonstrate advanced skills in research/experimentation.

Disciplinary Knowledge and Skills

  • Exhibit a high degree of proficiency in the disciplinary area and in the application of learned expertise.

Explain and properly use the adaptive leadership framework in guiding and assisting a group, organization, or community in meeting its goals.


 

 

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