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Management - Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Management degree program, the student will:

1.0 ­CRITICAL THINKING AND ANALYTICAL COMPETENCE
Identify, evaluate, analyze, interpret and apply information to address problems and make reasoned decisions in a business context

    • 1.1 Analyze quantitative and qualitative information to compare and contrast alternatives to reach a defensible solution.
    • 1.2 Demonstrate the ability to identify and evaluate relevant information for decision­making

2.0 ­COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Communicate in a business context in a clear, concise, coherent, and professional manner

    • 2.1 Express ideas clearly, logically, and persuasively in both oral and written formats
    • 2.2 Apply the appropriate choice of format and communications medium

3.0 ­CORE BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE
Apply business discipline knowledge in an integrative manner to business problems

    • 3.1 Relate and interpret essential concepts of accounting, economics, finance, law and marketing to the discipline of management
    • 3.2 Describe the external forces (e.g. legal/regulatory, economic, global, industry, and customer) applicable to business operations

4.0 ­ETHICAL PERSPECTIVE
Recognize, analyze, and choose resolutions to ethical problems explicit or implicit in decision­making

    • 4.1 Recognize ethical and social responsibility issues in a business environment
    • 4.2 Conduct a process of ethical inquiry to resolve a dispute

5.0 ­GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Recognize the need to adapt business practices to the opportunities and challenges of an evolving global environment

    • 5.1 Explain how operating in a global marketplace creates business opportunities and challenges
    • 5.2 Explain the implications of multicultural issues related to specific business scenarios

6.0 ­LEGAL KNOWLEDGE
Demonstrate an understanding of the law and its application to business

    • 6.1 Compare and contrast the characteristics of business structures/legal entities
    • 6.2 Apply fundamentals principles of tort, contract, agency, intellectual property, and employment law in analyzing business decisions

7.0 ­INTERACTION
Demonstrate professional behavior through the use of collaboration, leadership, and communication skills

    • 7.1 Work cooperatively and effectively in a cross­disciplinary team
    • 7.2 Explain the skills necessary to influence, inspire, and motivate individuals and groups to achieve results

8.0 ­RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Manage resources to implement decisions and maximize the creation of value

    • 8.1 Identify relevant resources to produce a product or service
    • 8.2 Appropriately manage resources based on their recognized availability

9.0 ­TECHNOLOGY
Identify opportunities to leverage technology in decision­making and use technology for personal productivity

    • 9.1 Identify and utilize appropriate computer applications for analysis and data presentation
    • 9.2 Analyze operations to identify opportunities and develop plans to leverage digital technologies and innovation in business processes

Management
Charles Fenner
Curriculum Coordinator
MAC 420
fennerc@canton.edu