Intended Student Learning Outcomes – College of Business – IACBE Accredited Programs
Mission of College of Business: The Mission of the College of Business is to enable graduates to meet the challenges of the dynamic and complex business environment. Our quality-focused, market-driven, and rigorous program curricula will establish and enhance core business knowledge and the ability to anticipate and react to societal changes, as well as provide students with technological proficiency, the ability to make ethical decisions, and the communication skills that embody the professional acumen graduates need to make positive contributions to their chosen fields.
Broad-Based Student Learning Goals of College of Business:
Students will acquire the relevant disciplinary knowledge and competencies appropriate to their programs of study.
Students will demonstrate behaviors and attitudes that promote success in the workplace.
Students will demonstrate effective communication (both written and oral), including the use of technology, in various environment and situations.
Students will acquire critical thinking skills including analysis and synthesis both within the career field and for the purpose of life-long learning.
Students will acquire relevant knowledge, which includes an understanding of cultural, social, political, and global issues.
Students will acquire the knowledge and demonstrate the ability to follow and support the ethical standards of their profession.
Broad-Based Operational Goals of College of Business
The College of Business will offer significant project based and active learning opportunities for students.
The College of Business will offer highly effective programs and delivery systems degree that prepare students to be career ready.
The College of Business will provide students opportunity to advance critical thinking skills and the use of technology.
The College of Business will attract and retain career oriented faculty who are experts in their field.
General Program ISLOs:
Bachelor of Business Administration
Students will be able to demonstrate effective problem-solving skills which are applicable to the field of study, the workplace, and other life situations.
Students will be able to explain concepts, theories, and practices in the principle functional areas and describe the interrelationships between the functional areas of business.
Students will be able to use advanced technology in support of business administration and decision making.
Students will be able to examine political, economic, social, technological, environmental, and legal factors in view of ethics and corporate social responsibility.
Students will be able to describe the global environment and its impact on organizational-wide decision making.
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in (written and oral communication) and use current technology in support of business administration and decision making.
Finance – Bachelor of Business Administration
Students will be able to assess, analyze, and formulate strategies needed in financial decision making situations in corporate finance.
Students will be able to evaluate an individual customer's situation and formulate both a short- and long-term strategy to help that customer meet financial objectives.
Students will be able to assess, analyze, and synthesize banking, financial markets, and risk exposures in the financial services environment.