The program learning outcomes of the Master of Business Administration degree program are:
Communicate using the advanced oral and written communication skills necessary to analyze a business situation (problem and/or opportunity) and employ a high level of proficiency in the preparation and presentation of management reports.
Employ appropriate analytical models and apply critical reasoning processes for the use of collecting data, analyzing and synthesizing information to arrive at professional conclusions.
Demonstrate an appreciation of the social and cultural dimensions within global communities and assess its impact on business operations with an understanding of how global competitive environments are changing business practices.
Develop a strategic level of understanding of the key functions of business: accounting, economics, finance, international business, management, management information systems, marketing, operations, and statistics and utilize this information effectively to accomplish a specific goal.
Assess formal academic learning and integrate personal and professional development with an emphasis on self-awareness, self-management, collaboration and teamwork to better negotiate the complexities within organizations.
Utilize quantitative reasoning skills necessary to analyze a firm’s quantifiable numerical data and/or make intelligent and effective decisions that support management decision-making.
Develop a thorough knowledge of scientific and scholarly research methods that demonstrate a system of inquiry to support the application of theoretical knowledge to business challenges.
Develop an appreciation of ethical and legal issues in management that adhere to professional standards and integrate them into sustainable business models.