The MBA program at Baker College combines the best of conventional academic training with the best of field-based learning. The typical business disciplines are represented in the curriculum to ensure that graduates have the necessary business background to be conversant with various aspects of running organizations and companies. Graduates will have the ability to implement theory into practice, conduct and interpret research, and will be both capable and confident to significantly contribute to long-term corporate success.

Intended Student Learning Outcomes for MBA Program

Graduates of the MBA program will be able to:

  1. Communicate using the advanced oral and written communication skills necessary for success in the business environment.
  2. Apply standards of ethical and legal behaviors in a professional environment.
  3. Collect, interpret and analyze existing and/or original research, using quantitative and statistical tools, and use in the decision making process.
  4. Analyze the interrelatedness of market, economic, social and political trends, and their impact on a global environment.
  5. Analyze the strategic planning process, and develop and assess strategic plans.
  6. Reason analytically and apply theory across interdisciplinary boundaries to solve problems and create innovative solutions.
  7. Analyze financial reports, risk management strategies and their impact on the decision making process.
  8. Evaluate various leadership strategies and the implications of their use.
  9. Discuss problems from diverse perspectives and analyze the impact of individual and cultural differences on the business environment.
  10. Illustrate commitment to personal and professional development, community service and life-long learning.
  11. Analyze the impact of information systems and technology on a business and demonstrate the ability to make effective information management decisions.
  12. Analyze the strategic impact of human resource development and management on a business.


IACBE Accreditation

Baker College – Center for Graduate Studies has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE:

Master of Business Administration

  • The IACBE accreditation status report is available here.

Master’s Level IACBE Outcomes

In master’s-level programs, knowledge of the key content areas and functional disciplines of business is assumed. Graduates of master’s-level programs should acquire a depth of knowledge in these areas that exceeds that of the typical bachelor’s degree graduate. Graduates of master’s-level programs in business should be able to:

  1. Recognize problems.
  2. Integrate theory and practice for the purpose of strategic analysis.
  3. Employ and apply quantitative techniques and methods in the analysis of real-world business situations.
  4. Communicate to relevant audiences;  graduates should be able to:
    a.  Compose clear, consistent, and effective written forms of communication
    b.  Compose and present effective oral business presentations.
  5. Work effectively with a team of colleagues on diverse projects.
  6. Identify and analyze the ethical obligations and responsibilities of business.

MBA Program – IACBE Assessment Reports

Baker College MBA Public Disclosure of Student Learning 2016-2017

Baker College MBA Public Disclosure of Student Learning 2015-2016

Baker College Outcomes Assessment Plan — 2015

Baker College MBA Public Disclosure Student Learning 2014-2015


MBA Program – Annual Assessment Reports

MBA Assessment Report of 2015-2016

MBA Assessment Report of 2014-2015

MBA Assessment Report of 2013-2014

MBA Assessment Report of 2012-2013

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