Bachelor of Business Administration

The School of Management Faculty assesses student learning in the BBA program through varieties of measures including standardized tests and course-embedded assessment of key skills and values for a successful business career. The knowledge areas that are assessed are accounting, finance, marketing, economics, management, quantitative business methods, business law, and international business. The skills and values that are assessed are ethics-based reasoning, oral and written communication, critical thinking, team work, diversity, and technology utilization. The results of student learning assessment are evaluated annually by the faculty and used to improve the curriculum and the BBA program.

Master of Business Administration

The School of Management Faculty assesses student learning in the MBA program through varieties of measures including standardized tests and course-embedded assessment of key skills and values for a successful business career. The knowledge areas that are assessed are managerial accounting, finance, marketing, and management. The skills and values that are assessed are ethics-based reasoning, oral and written communication, critical thinking, team work, diversity, and integration of knowledge, skills and values. The results of student learning assessment are evaluated annually by the faculty and used to improve the curriculum and the MBA program. 

Master of Science in Accounting

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Master of Science in Administration

The School of Management Faculty assesses student learning in the MSA program through varieties of measures including test questions and course-embedded assessment of key skills and values for a successful career in accounting. The knowledge areas that are assessed are financial, managerial, governmental accounting, auditing, taxation and accounting informaiton systems. The skills and values that are assessed are ethics-based reasoning, written communication, and research skills. The results of student learning assessment are evaluated annually by the faculty and used to improve the curriculum and the MSA program. 

Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development

The School of Management Faculty assesses student learning in the MSLOD program through varieties of measures including test questions and course-embedded assessment of key skills and values for successful leaders. The knowledge areas that are assessed are to formulate sound leadership strategies and tactics. The skills and values that are assessed are ethical reasoning, oral and written communication, teamwork skills and intercultural competence. The results of student learning assessment are evaluated annually by the faculty and used to improve the curriculum and the MSLOD program.