Outcomes & Assessment Data
The Department of Business conducts assessment of student learning outcomes in order to continuously improve the curriculum. This assessment program includes two primary components. The first component is a comprehensive case study administered as a pre and post test in ECON 203: Principles of Microeconomics and BUS 453: Strategic Management, respectively. This case study is a required assignment in these courses and must be completed in order to receive final course grades. The second component is a standardized, nationally normed test administered in BUS 453: Strategic Management. Completing a scoreable test is required in order to complete any major in the School of Business.
Only aggregate scores of these instruments are used for assessment purposes. Individual scores are kept in strictest confidence. Details of the assessment program are available in the office of the dean of the School of Business and Leadership. Since student learning outcomes assessment is a dynamic process, the School of Business and Leadership reserves the right to make changes to this process.
Listed below are assessment reports for the programs in the School of Business & Leadership that includes Department of Business, Degree Completion, MBA and MAOL programs: