Program Educational Objectives
Program objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the academic program is preparing the graduates to achieve. Graduates of the business management program:
- excel in positions of responsibility and leadership in business organizations.
- are recognized as experts in at least one business function, are knowledgeable about multiple functions of business.
- possess superior technical skills and integrate technology to facilitate and improve business.
- are effective communicators and exhibit strong interpersonal skills with particular appreciation for cultural diversity.
- engage in lifelong learning that enables them to continually improve business processes and practices.
Student outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. Upon completing the business management program, students will:
- have generalized skills in accounting with the ability to create, analyze and evaluate financial data and reports.
- possess knowledge of economics and economic systems that leads to the application of economic models in problem-solving.
- demonstrate managerial competence related to business process, organizational behavior, and strategic business management.
- apply the tools of quantitative business to effectively analyze and create solutions to business problems and opportunities.
- understand information systems and have skills to use and integrate technological tools and systems to management and improve business.
- have knowledge of business finance with the skills to make effective business choices.
- are skilled at business marketing and have the capacity to create and implement strategic market approaches.
- exhibit a commitment to moral, ethical, and social responsibility in their business management decisions.
- demonstrate awareness and strategic thinking that reflects a global business perspective.