The School of Business faculty approved four major student-oriented learning goals.
Goal 1: Develop Effective Communicators.
Students should be competent in producing professional quality business documents, delivering professional quality oral presentations, and demonstrating communication skills in team settings.
Goal 2: Integration of Knowledge across Business Disciplines including Technology
Students should be able to demonstrate understanding of key concepts and theories in various functional areas of business as well as demonstrate the ability to draw on knowledge and insights from a variety of disciplines when analyzing and formulating solutions to problems and opportunities.
Goal 3: Critical Thinking
Students must be able to use appropriate analytical techniques to identify and frame problems, generate and compare alternatives, use knowledge of analytic processes and reasoning skills to optimize organizational performance, and understand and use current organizational technologies.
Goal 4: Global, and Cultural Perspectives:
Students should demonstrate the ability to identify cultural/global perspectives among co-workers, customers, competitors and regulators.
Goal 5 (degree-specific/non-shared): Curriculum Coverage
Accounting – Students should understand key concepts and theories in various technical and functional areas of accounting.
Business Administration – Students should demonstrate the ability to solve problems from an integrated multi-disciplinary business perspective.
Computer Information Systems – Students should understand key concepts and theories in various technical and functional areas of computer information systems.