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About Assurance of Learning

Assessment is a process through which goals and objectives for programs are developed, data are collected, and analyses are performed to determine the effectiveness of our efforts. As it relates to higher education, this falls on two sides: the business unit and the academic unit. Immediately below are the reports which represent the performance for each department.

Like each business unit, each department must assess the academic performance of students in order to continually improve the quality of instruction and provide evidence that students are prepared for the workforce for which they are educated.

Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)

Goals

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)/Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (BSAS)

To equip students on all locations and delivery modes with discipline specific knowledge and skill sets that will make them desirable candidates in today's professional job market and will ultimately lead to successful careers, responsible citizens, and effective leaders in the business field.

Bachelor of Business Administration

To equip students on all locations and delivery modes with discipline specific knowledge and skill sets that will make them desirable candidates in today's professional job market and will ultimately lead to successful careers, responsible citizens, and effective leaders in the business field.

Bachelor of Science-Computer Information Systems/Economics

To equip students on all locations and delivery modes with discipline specific knowledge and skill sets that will make them desirable candidates in today's professional job market and will ultimately lead to successful careers, responsible citizens, and effective leaders in the business field.

Graduate

Master of Business Administration

The mission of the Master of Business Administration degree program is to provide a relevant, high-quality, broad-based education that develops students’ critical thinking and decision making skills thereby preparing them for successful business careers and enhanced life-long learning.

MS-Human Resource Management

The Goal of the MS HRM program is to equip students with the skills and knowledge to be effective as HR generalists capable of effectively managing the day to day operations of an HR department. The program courses are designed to develop competencies required of today’s HR professions in the areas of compensation and benefits administration, recruiting, selection and placement, training and development, strategic planning, performance management, risk management, and labor relations. As part of this overarching goal, the program is designed to provide the educational background necessary to obtain a professional certification in the field.

MS-Information Systems

To prepare students to think critically about the concepts and practices of Information Systems

MS-Management

The mission of the Master of Science in Management (MSM) program is to provide a relevant, high-quality, specialized education in various aspects of business management that develops students’ critical thinking and decision making skills. Each concentration of the program develops the emerging executive with knowledge and skills intended to prepare them for a chosen business career paths plus enhances the student readiness to be an independent life-long learner.

Assessment

 

Annual Business Unit Assessment Reports by Department/Unit
  2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020
Office of the Dean of the College of Business Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
Office of the Department of Accounting, Finance, and Economics Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
Office of the Department of Management Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
Office of the Department of Marketing and Computer Information Systems Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
Small Business Development Center Report Report Report Report Report Report Report

Like each business unit, each department must assess the academic performance of students in order to continually improve the quality of instruction and provide evidence that students are prepared for the workforce in which they are educated.

  2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2019-2020
Master of Business Administration Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
Accounting, Finance, and Economics               
   Accounting (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
   Finance (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Economics (BS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Masters in Accounting (MAcc)   Report Report Report Report Report Report
Management               
  Applied Science (BS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Business (BAAS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  General Business (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Human Resource Management (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  International Business (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Management (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Masters in Human Resource Management (MS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
Marketing and CIS              
  Information Technology (BAAS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Computer Information Systems (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Computer Information Systems (BS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Marketing (BBA) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report
  Masters in Information Systems (MS) Report Report Report Report Report Report Report