Business Administration Program Learning Outcomes
A student who graduates with a major in business administration should be able to:
- PLO #1: Demonstrate a significant understanding of the fundamental concepts of accounting,
business law, economics, finance, management science, management and organizational
behavior, and marketing.
- PLO #2: Evaluate business problems from the perspective of multiple business disciplines
and then formulate, communicate, and defend recommendations to decision-makers based
on those evaluations.
- PLO #3: Produce clearly written, concise analyses, and deliver clear, well organized,
persuasive oral presentations.
- PLO #4: Work more effectively with others by either:
- a. understanding and recognizing the importance of diversity or inclusion. OR
- b. understanding one's own unique cultural background and the backgrounds of other
students and faculty members. OR
- c. developing effective interpersonal interactions. OR
- d. developing effective group interactions.
- PLO #5: Analyze business situations in keeping with professional standards and moral
values and recommend appropriate courses of action.
- PLO #6: Demonstrate a commitment to civic engagement by applying business knowledge
in a service project.