Program Learning Outcomes
Describe the interrelationships among the functional areas and processes of an organization.
Demonstrate a broad understanding of the impact of ethical, political and legal policies on organizational actions.
Use quantitative tools to solve business problems and assess business opportunities.
Describe the theories that explain individual and group behavior in organizations.
Apply theoretical models and frameworks to evaluate customer needs and the competitive marketplace.
Analyze key financial measures of efficiency and success.
Appraise technologies and information systems that can be used to further organizational objectives and increase organizational efficiency.
Present ideas professionally and persuasively in a global context using both oral and written communication techniques.