e Undergraduate | School of Business

Undergraduate

Self-Assessment and Development

Students will demonstrate an accurate understanding of the results and career implications of personality assessments.

Job-Related Skill Development

Students will:

  • demonstrate the ability to research industry and organization databases; and
  • learn to incorporate appropriate data from their research on organizations and industries to create a reflective personal career vision.

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Students will demonstrate the ability to:

  • solve open-ended business problems;
  • evaluate, identify, and understand: different perspectives; positives and negatives, and/or strengths and weaknesses; and
  • integrate and synthesize diverse information.

Communication Skills

  • In oral presentations, students will exhibit acceptable nonverbal behaviors, hold the audiences’ attention, and present clear and organized content.
  • Students’ written work will convey content with the appropriate clarity and organization.

Using data and technology

Students will demonstrate:

  • an understanding of the elements of sound research
  • the ability to perform basic quantitative analyses and interpret the results
  • the technical skills needed to solve business problems and make decisions

Core Business Knowledge

  • Students will demonstrate the attainment of core business knowledge through the application of that knowledge in various functional business situations.

Ethics, Social Responsibility, and Social Forces

  • Students will demonstrate the ability to identify relevant ethical issues in a situation and apply appropriate principles or framework to their analysis.