Applied Management, B.S. Student Learning Outcomes

College Education
Major Applied Management
Degree B.S.
Date Revised 2016-2017

Student Learning Outcomes and Proposed Methods for Collecting Data (from Assessment Plan)

Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the BSAM program will be prepared for successful professional careers by

  1. integrating knowledge of global interconnections and interdependencies
  2. exhibiting intercultural competencies with people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives
  3. analyzing issues that interconnect human life and the natural world
  4. demonstrating critical, creative, and independent thought
  5. communicating clearly and effectively
  6. collaborating with others to achieve specific goals
  7. using and combining appropriate quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills to address questions and solve problems
  8. synthesizing knowledge and skills relevant to one’s major or particular fields of study and apply them creatively to develop innovative outcomes

Graduates enrolled in BSAM-ITTE will also be prepared for successful professional careers by:

  1. applying systematic processes to analyze performance and instructional problems;
  2. applying sound instructional and evaluation design principles;
  3. selecting appropriate evaluation techniques to measure learner performance and the effectiveness of training products and programs
  4. integrating instructional media and strategies into the development of training materials;
  5. developing instructional and training solutions that can be applied in business or non-business settings;
  6. applying appropriate technology to conduct analyses of training and performance data;
  7. managing training projects and programs in professional settings;
  8. demonstrating professional, legal, social and humane ethical practices; and
  9. demonstrating effective oral and written communication skills.

Methods of Assessment

  • Performance based training design plan (1, 2, 5, 8, & 9)
  • Integrated media project (4-5)
  • Training evaluation plan (2-3, 6-9)
  • Data analysis project (2, 6, 8-9)
  • Technology integrated performance support system (1-2, 4-5)
  • Student portfolio (1-9)
  • Annual alumni survey/employer followup (1-9)

Last Updated

AAE updated June 2017

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