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Undergraduate Outcomes

Learning Outcomes for Bachelor’s degrees in Business

Graduates of Bachelor's programs in business and leadership will obtain competencies in the business core and a breadth of knowledge in the liberal arts and sciences, preparing them to apply these competencies to business situations. In addition they will be able to:

Degree Learning Outcomes - Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership (BSOL)

  1. Business Fundamentals Orientation:
    Apply key theories, models and applications within the global business context.
  2. Analytic and Critical Thinking Orientation:
    Demonstrate critical thinking skills in business related situations.
  3. Quantitative Reasoning Orientation:
    Employ empirical approaches to planning and decision-making using quantitative reporting mechanisms.
  4. Communication Orientation:
    Demonstrate written and oral skills appropriate for business communication.
  5. Ethics Orientation:
    Analyze business and organizational situations using ethical approaches to decision making.
  6. Leadership and Advocacy Orientation:
    Employ leadership theories in a variety of business situations.
  7. Organizational Culture, Behavior and Change Orientation:
    Apply behavioral theories to organizational cultural and change.
  8. Technology Orientation:
    Apply technology to enable business growth, development and sustainability.

Degree Learning Outcomes - Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

  1. Business Content Orientation:
    Apply key theories, models and applications within the global business context.
  2. Analytic and Critical Thinking Orientation:
    Demonstrate critical thinking skills in business related situations.
  3. Quantitative Reasoning Orientation:
    Employ empirical approaches to planning and decision-making using quantitative reporting mechanisms.
  4. Communication Orientation:
    Demonstrate written and oral skills appropriate for business communication.
  5. Ethics and Legal Orientation:
    Analyze business and organizational situations using ethical approaches to decision making.
  6. Technology Orientation:
    Apply technology to enable business growth, development and sustainability.

Degree Learning Outcomes- Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies (BSPS)

  1. Communication Orientation:
    Demonstrate effective communication skills through oral, technologically mediated, and written communications media.
  2. Quantitative Reasoning:
    Apply data information decision making and problem solving methods associated with management trends and issues.
  3. Culture and Diversity Orientation:
    Analyze cultural environments through multicultural perspectives.
  4. Business Content Orientation:
    Evaluate strategic, resource, and operational requirements associated with enterprise management.
  5. Technology Orientation:
    Apply information and Web-based technologies to enable enterprise development, growth, and sustainability.
  6. Ethics Orientation:
    Evaluate ethical behavior and social responsibility at the personal, organizational, and societal levels.
  7. Global Orientation:
    Analyze enterprise management within a global context.