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.
The program goals for the Bachelor of Science in International Business degree are formed in three broad areas. Graduates should have:
- acquired a body of knowledge in business and management.
- developed a specialty knowledge by attaining expertise in one or more specialized areas ranging from computer systems and networking, software development, marketing or operations.
- developed professional skills and personal growth through excellent communication skills, having the ability to work alone and in teams, and is committed to professional growth and lifelong learning.
Student outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. International business graduates will:
- have a solid foundation in economics, marketing, accounting, management sciences and finance.
- demonstrate theoretical use and practical application of business and management tools.
- be able to unite theory with practice in analyzing, and executing appropriate solutions to a set of problems appropriate for an entry level professional.
- critically analyze and interpret information presented in written, verbal and nonverbal forms.
- demonstrate the ability to communicate skillfully in written, verbal and other forms across a diverse set of situations and cultures.
- apply ethical and socially responsible reasoning in professional and managerial roles.
- analyze and appraise ideas from a global perspective.