1.Students should demonstrate sufficient knowledge in
each of the specified core course areas, including decision analytics, economic
analysis, leading organizations, strategy, managerial finance, financial
accounting, marketing, processes and systems management, and professional
2.Students should be able to integrate
concepts, tools, and analytical techniques across all core subject areas to
address business questions.
3.Student should be able to analyze
complex business questions, when presented in ambiguous forms that
mimic how questions arise in the practice of business.
4.Students should be able to identify,
collect, and analyze needed data when studying various questions, so they may make
data-driven business decisions.
5.Students should have an awareness
and understanding of the challenges of globalization to
current business practices.
6.Students should be able to apply
all of their learning to real-world situations that they are likely to encounter in an
internship or full-time position upon graduation.