The B.B.A. programs provide students with a high-quality business education based on a solid liberal arts foundation so they can secure entry-level positions in organizations and/or pursue graduate studies.
To accomplish this mission, the faculty members are committed to educate students, who, upon graduation, will:
|LO1.1 Students will produce professional quality business documents.|
|LO1.2 Students will make a professional presentation.|
|LG2||Apply basic quantitative skills to business problems.|
|LO2.1 Students will construct and interpret tabular and graphical methods of presenting qualitative and quantitative data.|
|LO2.2 Students will use spreadsheet software to evaluate and use the results of regression models.|
|LO2.3 Students will solve and interpret quantitative business models using spreadsheet software.|
|LG3||Use information technology to solve business problems.|
|LO3.1 Students will effectively use a word processing program.|
|LO3.2 Students will effectively use a spreadsheet program.|
|LO3.3 Students will effectively use a presentation program.|
||Possess a basic knowledge of accounting, economics, finance, the legal environment of business, management, and marketing.|
|LO4.1 Students will demonstrate a basic knowledge of the fundamental concepts of accounting, economics, finance, the legal environment of business, management, and marketing.|
|LG5||Understand how ethical decision-making and globalization affect organizations.|
|LO5.1 Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze issues and situations having ethical and legal implications for business.|
|LO5.2 Students will demonstrate a basic knowledge of international economic and business concepts.|
||Utilize general and management-specific knowledge and skills in the analysis of business and economic problems.|
|LO6.1 Students will demonstrate a basic knowledge of relevant costs for decision making.
LO6.2 Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze the current situation of an organization and to develop a plan to ensure organizational viability.
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