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Assurance of Learning, Graduate: Goals and Objectives


Learning Goals:

An ECOBIT MBA graduate will be able to demonstrate

Learning Objective A

Learning Objective B

Learning Objective C


the ability to integrate and synthesize knowledge from core functional areas in solving business problems. Demonstrate core knowledge in economics, accounting, finance, marketing, information systems and operations/supply chain. Analyze and synthesize knowledge acquired in the core functional areas to generate alternative solutions to business issues and opportunities facing organizations.  

Measured in:

ETS exam

MGMT 695



the application of effective managerial communication skills. Develop and analyze interpersonal, intra organizational, and inter organizational communication criteria Demonstrate professional oral and writing skills  

Measured in:

BTST 670

MGMT 695



comprehension and application of leadership and team building skills. Comprehend the theories and frameworks pertaining to leadership and team work. Demonstrate team building skills in a team project setting. Evaluate different leadership theories and apply appropriate leadership style to a particular situation.

Measured in:

MGMT 613

MGMT 613

MGMT 613


the ability to make decisions considering the legal, technological, global and cross-cultural environment of business. Understand the "rule of law" and how that law is important for decision makers. Understand and apply strategic and tactical management of IT/IS in an organizational setting. Understand the global and cross-cultural issues related to decision making in organizations.

Measured in:

BLAW 633

IFMG 640



critical thinking, problem solving and managerial decision-making capabilities. Comprehend appropriate statistical and management science techniques for evaluating decision alternatives using statistical packages and manual techniques. Learn to make managerial decisions pertaining to all aspects of the supply chain and supporting activities after critically analyzing various options in functional areas.  

Measured in:

QBUS 601 / ECON 634

MKTG 603 / FIN 630 / MGMT 637 / IFMG 640 / ECON 634



synthesis of ethical values in business decision-making. Analyze Corporate Social Responsibility and Ethics issues confronting organizations and recommend ethically responsible actions.    


Measured in:

ACCT 607 / MKTG 603 / MGMTlMKTG 650

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