Goal 1: Analytical Problem Solving: The quantitative and qualitative analytical skills to transform data from various sources into valuable information that informs strategic and operational decision making.
Outcome 1: Our students will be able to apply analytical decision making models to a variety of business situations and make recommendations supported by the analysis, presenting all key assumptions and rationales.
Goal 2: Integrative Foundational Knowledge: In depth understanding of major business functions and the key issues of, and interrelationships among them.
Outcome 1: Our students will be able to identify problems, analyze their root causes, suggest the most appropriate solutions, show what changes must be implemented and how those changes would impact different functional areas of the organization.
Goal 3: Global Perspective: A global perspective and sensitivity that allows them to successfully apply their business acumen anywhere in the world.
Outcome 1: Our students will formulate appropriate strategic alternatives for an organization based on its global competitive environment.
Goal 4: Leadership: Well-honed leadership skills that prepare them to responsibly and ethically address business problems and opportunities.
Outcome 1: Our students will provide evidence of understanding individual leadership styles, engaging in team building, and wielding interpersonal influence.
Outcome 2: They will identify business problems and opportunities and implement responsible and ethical solutions and/or innovations.
Goal 5: Communication: The ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization, and with its external stakeholders.
Outcome 1: Our students will demonstrate effective oral and written communications skills.