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Undergraduate Learning Objectives

We have a focused plan for preparing tomorrow’s business leaders.

Primary Focus of Learning Goals Undergraduate Learning Objectives

Ethics Our graduating students should:
Become ethical decision makers
  1. Recognize basic ethical dilemmas
  2. Distinguish between ethical and legal considerations in a business environment
  3. Identify and explain the pros and cons of alternative decisions using various ethical frameworks

Global/Multicultural Perspective Our graduating students should:
Acquire a global and multicultural perspective
  1. Recognize important international and multicultural business issues
  2. Explain the implications of global issues related to specific business scenarios
  3. Explain the implications of multicultural issues related to specific business scenarios
  4. Propose solutions that consider the global or multicultural dimensions

Communication Skills Our graduating students should:
Excel in oral and written communication skills
  1. Effectively communicate when writing, speaking and giving oral presentations
  2. Correctly utilize grammar, syntax, and punctuation
  3. Properly document sources of information
  4. Clearly organize the content of written documents and oral presentations
  5. Convey ideas and information in a coherent and professional manner, utilizing technology, as appropriate

Critical Thinking Skills Our graduating students should:
Cogently analyze quantitative and qualitative data and information
  1. Be critical thinkers who are able to draw meaning from quantitative or qualitative data and information
  2. Perform computational and statistical data analysis using appropriate measures, extract, summarize and display data, and interpret statistics related to business issues
  3. Draw information from business cases, differentiate fact from opinion, and identify, prioritize, and describe salient information
  4. Examine multiple sides of an issue, use data and evidence to support arguments, and draw conclusions based on an appropriate model or theory

Leadership Our graduating students should:
Demonstrate a strong understanding of leader behaviors and characteristics
  1. Recognize leader traits, behaviors, and styles
  2. Identify and describe challenges and issues leaders face
  3. Evaluate and analyze how leadership behaviors and characteristics affect employees, businesses, situations and outcomes
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