Student Learning Outcomes
The Business Management program prepares students for careers in business. The objectives of the program are that the graduate will be a knowledgeable, proficient, well-rounded, professional person who is literate, numerate, and analytical; this person will be appreciative of the arts and sciences as well as possess skills in interpersonal communication and leadership.
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Explain the principal concepts, theories, and practices in and describe the interrelationships between the functional areas of business, including accounting, marketing, finance and management;
- Identify and describe multicultural dimensions of management;
- Explain relevant theories and principles associated with the economic environment of business;
- Evaluate legal and ethical principles in business and apply them to organizational decision making;
- Apply quantitative methods and tools to business decision making;
- Explain concepts and practices in information technology systems and demonstrate fluency in their use;
- Construct coherent oral and written forms of communication and present them in a professional context; and
- Work effectively with diverse colleagues in team situations.
In addition to the core program learning outcomes, students in the Accounting concentration will be able to:
- Apply accounting concepts, theories, and practices to management decision making;
- Apply auditing and forensics concepts, theories and practices to management decision making; and
- Apply personal and corporate taxation concepts, theories and practices to management decision making.